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BJP is getting closer to forming government in J&K: Avinash Rai Khanna

BJP will fight for the justice of common man in the state

Asserting that the days of the present NC-Congress coalition are numbered now, BJP MP and J&K Incharge, Avinash Rai Khanna on Monday said that with each passing day the BJP is getting closer to forming the government.

“Each passing day, the BJP is getting more and more closer to forming the government and the days of the present coalition are numbered now”, Khanna said addressing a rally.

Khanna, who addressed public rallies at Hira Nagar, Khour, Akhnoor & Raipur Domana Assembly constituencies to seek support and vote for BJP candidates, said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi wave which had swept the Lok Sabha elections, brought victory of BJP in state assemblies and the trend is now going to be witnessed in Jammu and Kashmir, where Congress, NC and PDP will be shown the door.

It will be the BJP government in the state as the people here have made up their mind that they stand for development, peace and prosperity, he said.

Khanna said that the plight of the people in the reserved constituencies in particular is even more worse than the others as the successive governments always gave step motherly treatment to them and exploited during the elections.
He said it is most unfortunate that the state has a Deputy Chief Minister who belongs to a scheduled caste, it also had a scheduled caste as Chief Secretary but unfortunately for SCs neither the deputy CM or the bureaucrats ever expressed any concern.

He said that BJP works on the principle of ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas’ and we will prove it on ground after forming the government in the state.

Khanna said that BJP will fight for the justice of common man in the state. He said that under the able leadership of Narendra Modi, Jammu and Kashmir is marching ahead for change and freedom from dynasty rule of NC, PDP and Congress. Khanna appealed to the people to vote for BJP for real development. (Agencies)

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