Over two lakh people will attend Modi’s Srinagar rally, claims BJP

BJP Jammu Kashmir President Ravinder Raina in Srinagar
BJP Jammu Kashmir President Ravinder Raina holds a press conference in Srinagar

SRINAGAR — The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) expects the November 7, Srinagar rally of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be a grand success, predicting an attendance of more than two lakh people at the venue.

BJP Jammu Kashmir President Ravinder Raina claimed that people in every nook and cranny of the Valley are happy and eagerly waiting for the arrival of Mr Modi in Kashmir.

Modi is scheduled to visit Kashmir on March 7. He will address a rally at Bakshi Stadium in Srinagar. J&K Police have already sealed the venue for the event and special security pickets have been erected in a two-km radius of the venue. Frisking is being carried out throughout the city and additional forces have been deployed on all major roads coming in and going out of Srinagar.

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While addressing a press conference in Srinagar, BJP Jammu Kashmir President Ravinder Raina claimed that Gujjar Bakarwals, Pahari, Hanjis, Telis, Chopans, Hajams and over 40 sub-castes who were allegedly deprived of their rights by previous governments will attend the Modi’s Srinagar rally.

“In 2003, Vajpayee’s Srinagar rally was a success and so was Modi’s rally at SK Stadium in 2015. Due to the efforts of Modi, there is peace and development in Kashmir. Bollywood star SRK and cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar freely roamed in Kashmir because Modi invested in peace here,” Raina said and claimed that BJP will win both the Assembly and Parliament elections in Jammu and Kashmir hands down.

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He said the future of Jammu and Kashmir is safe in the hands of Mr Modi. “BJP will contest on all five Parliament seats in Jammu and Kashmir and will win all of them. The people of Kashmir love and support Mr Modi and BJP. We request people to attend the March 7 rally in Srinagar and listen to the Prime Minister of India,” Raina said.

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