Modi to go ahead with trip, says BJP

Modi to go ahead with  trip, says BJP

A day after four multiple militant attacks in Kashmir Valley, the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday vowed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go ahead with his election rally in Srinagar on December 8 despite threats and “vicious misinformation” campaign launched by regional parties PDP and NC.

While speaking to media after holding a meeting regarding the security arrangements, BJP’s national secretary Tarun Chugh said, “Prime minister is arriving here on the scheduled date.”

He vowed that the party was determined to hold the rally at any cost and it would not be cowed down by militant threats. “People of the Valley are eager to listen to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s agenda for the development of Jammu and Kashmir. Police and other security agencies have made fool-proof arrangements for the visit.”

He claimed that over one lakh people will attend the historic rally which will be a “turning point” in the politics and governance of the state.

‘Befitting reply’

While terming the attacks as “frustration” of militants due to massive participation of people in elections, the BJP leader said, “Modi will give befitting reply to the extremist elements with the message of love and peace.”

Chugh also lashed out at ruling National Conference and opposition Peoples Democratic Party for what he called spreading rumours to score a point. “People of Jammu and Kashmir have seen the misrule of successive governments of two families and have this time pinned their hopes on BJP, which is the biggest national and disciplined political party of India.”

“The people of Kashmir have made up their mind that they would be voting for BJP this time so as to empower Modi to carry out his visionary agenda of development of the state,” he added.

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