Congress, Gupkar gave problems, BJP gave solutions: Shahnawaz
STATE TIMES NEWS
DODA: BJP’s national spokesperson and co-incharge of Jammu and Kashmir elections Shahnawaz Hussain (former Union Minister) said that the Congress and the Gupkars gave nothing but problems and now only BJP can solve them.
Addressing a huge rally in Doda area, Shahnawaz lashed out at the Congress and said that today the Congress does not exist in the whole of India, now it is the turn to make the Doda-Kishtwar area Congress-free.
He said that Congress has no leader, no worker, neither does it believe in his own people. Now it is not Congress (I) but a “On Bail” party. He was accompanied by Doda’s in-charge Baldev Biloria, former MLA Dilip Parihar, district President Swami Raj Sharma, senior leaders Tariq Keen, Ishtiaq Wani, Basant Raj and other local leaders. Shahnawaz said that for the first time such a big rally has been organized in this entire area. He requested all the communities to vote for the BJP and told them that they can have full faith in Modi. He said the basic Mantra of Modi is “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and Sabka Vishwaas”.
He said that Modi opened the bank accounts of the people, built the houses of the people, gave the Ujjwala scheme, in what sense now the Congress asking for votes when Modi ji got the every work done. He congratulated the residents of Doda that they faced terrorism with great bravery. He said that the “Bharat Mata ki Jai” slogan is completely reverberating in areas like Doda-Kishtwar in the same manner in which “Saare Jahan Se Achcha Hindu Sitan Hamara” is echoing in South Kashmir today.
He said “Some people want to spoil the atmosphere by discriminating in Hindu-Muslims. “Hubbul Vatni Aadhe Imaan Ka Darja Rakhta Hai so no one can doubt our patriotism, our faith and people who want to spoil the atmosphere to gain votes, Let those people know that Congress- Gupkar are sinking ships “.
He asked everyone to board the ship of BJP and declared that Doda Kishtwar would soon become the best center of tourism and the BJP would deliver more than what it had promised.