BJP J&K's biggest political party: Hari Om
Senior BJP leader Prof Hari Om said on Wednesday that the BJP was the biggest political party in Jammu and Kashmir. "BJP is the biggest political party in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and has decimated the parties, like the National Conference and the Congress.india Updated: May 21, 2014 20:40 IST
Senior BJP leader Prof Hari Om said on Wednesday that the BJP was the biggest political party in Jammu and Kashmir. "BJP is the biggest political party in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and has decimated the parties, like the National Conference and the Congress.
The BJP is the only party in the state in which an overwhelming majority of electorate pinned their faith and ensured the victory of three BJP members in the Lok Sabha polls." To make his point, he said that the BJP got 32.4 % of the total votes in the just-held historic general elections, the Congress got 22.9%, the PDP got 20.5 % and the National Conference got a paltry 11.1% votes.
The polling percentage in favour of the BJP, Congress, PDP and NC clearly establishes that the people of the state are for the mainstream politics and politics of development and governance and not for those who preach fake secularism and put forth demands such as autonomy and self-rule, said Prof Hari Om adding that India under the able, inspiring and visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has entered an epoch-making phase- full of hope and promise for all sections of society.
He said the BJP, which emerged as the biggest political party in the state and achieved for it the pan-India character in real sense of the term decimating almost all the fake secular and casteist outfits, will also perform exceedingly well in the forthcoming assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and will put in all efforts to form its own government in the state. He said the people of the state are fed up with the misrule of the NC-Congress coalition and they wish to join the national mainstream to enjoy the fruits of Indian democracy by electing a BJP-led government in Jammu and Kashmir.