Congress' tirade against Modi has been negated by Muslims: Gujjar leader

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Jammu
  • Updated: Oct 13, 2014 20:33 IST

After recent joining of Abdul Ghani Kohli to the Bharatiya Janata Party, the prominent state Gujjar leaders and the BJP unit of Kalakot organised a public rally at Kalakot to kick-start the preparations for the forthcoming assembly elections.

A large procession passed through the main streets of Kalakot city which culminated into a rally at the community hall.

Abdul Ghani Kohli in his address praised the leadership of Narendra Modi and said that he has kindled a new hope amongst the demoralised and dispirited masses of the country.

The tirade of Congress and other self-proclaimed secularist outfits accusing Modi of being anti-Muslims has been cogently and categorically negated by the Muslims themselves by having voted for him in large numbers, he said.

Kohli said Modi is a man of universal development and he carries everybody with him without any consideration of caste or creed. He added that this time Muslims of the state have become wiser and are not going to fall prey to the communal and sectarian rhetoric of the National Conference-Congress or People's Democratic Party and shall vote for the BJP and enable it to achieve Mission 44+.

In addition to Abdul Ghani Kohli, the programme was graced by Bali Bhagat, BJP state general secretary, Vibod Gupta, BJP state vice-president, Chander Mohan Gupta, district in-charge, SS Brijral, convener J&K cell among others.

Bali Bhagat said that the state has been ruled for last 66 years by the Congress, NC and PDP and till day the state cannot claim to have been successful in providing clean drinking water, uninterrupted power supply and road connectivity to all the villages.

Vibodh Gupta appealed to the public to give a chance to the BJP to enable it to bring the state out of the morass into which it has sunk because of the misgovernance of the NC, Congress and PDP.

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