Statehood to J&K on cards, will be restored soon: BJP
Says like every party keeps itself ready for elections, BJP also preparing for elections
Anantnag, Nov 24 : Bhartiya Janta Party general secretary, Ashok Kaul on Wednesday said that the restoration of statehood to Jammu and Kashmir is on cards and it will be restored soon.
Talking to on the sidelines of a party meet in Anantnag, Kaul said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah have already assured that after the situation gets normal in J&K, statehood would be restored.
“I believe that the days are coming near when the statehood of J&K would be restored. As situation is getting back on track, so the restoration of statehood is on cards and anytime it would be restored,” Kaul added.
He also said that after every three months, BJP held national executive meeting and then state executive meeting followed by district Executive meeting.
“Today district executive meeting of the party was held at Anantnag to discuss the progress of the programs. Also future programs were discussed for strengthening of the party at the grassroots level,” he said.
Kaul said that all the party workers and leaders support and work for the mission of Modi government that is “Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas Sabka Vishwas and Sabka Prayas.”
“Our aim is to take the country along with Jammu and Kashmir to new horizons of development, peace and prosperity. For making this mission come true, unification of all the leaders and workers is must so that we could serve the people with dedication,” he said.
Replying to a question, Kaul said that every party keeps itself ready for the elections. “So BJP is also preparing for the elections. In the last 5 years panchayat, BDC, DDC and committee elections were held. It is a process which is being held in every five years. So our party like all other political parties is preparing for the upcoming elections,” he said.
Notably, a district executive meeting of the Bhartiya Janta Party was held today at Anantnag to discuss the future programs ahead of elections.