BJP claims Amit Shah's public meetings will change the political atmosphere in Jammu and Kashmir

BJP's Jammu and Kashmir unit chief Ravinder Raina said that these rallies of the Union Home Minister have reaffirmed the public's acceptance, trust and love for the development policies of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government.

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) Jammu and Kashmir unit chief Ravinder Raina on Friday said Union Home Minister Amit Shah's recent public meetings will change the political atmosphere in the union territory.


A large number of people were present at Amit Shah's rallies in Jammu region's Rajouri on Tuesday and Baramulla in north Kashmir on Wednesday. "These huge rallies will prove to be a turning point in the political scenario of Jammu and Kashmir. The enthusiasm of the people in both the rallies was unmatched and historic," Ravinder Raina told reporters here. Several senior party leaders including former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta were also present at this press conference.


Ensured development in every area

Ravinder Raina said that these rallies of the Union Home Minister have reaffirmed the public's "acceptance, trust and love" towards the development policies of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government. Raina was present with Amit Shah during his programs. The BJP leader said, "The Modi government has dedicated itself to the welfare of every community in Jammu and Kashmir, irrespective of region and religion. The Prime Minister has ensured development policies keeping every region in mind."


Modi government ensures justice for all

Responding to a white paper issued by National Conference President Farooq Abdullah, Raina said, "He (Farooq) has been given to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Gorkhas, Dalits, Gaddi-Sippy, Valmiki, women, Gurjar-Bakarwal, Dogras and Kashmiris. The atrocities on refugees must be answered.” Abdullah released this white paper in response to Shah's attack on three political families (Abdullah, Mufti and Gandhi). The BJP leader said, “There have been gross human rights violations during the last 70 years with the people of these communities. Now, the Modi government is ensuring justice for all."