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To widen its base, BJP plans to hold series of public rallies in Kashmir
convenes such first ever rally at Char Chinar

Srinagar, December 7, (Scoop News)-In a bid to make inroads in the valley, Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) has decided to hold public meetings at different places in Kashmir and in this connection held their first ever rally at Char Chinar on Dal Lake.

Seeking support from Kashmiri people where it has drawn blank in electoral battles so far, the party flags were unfurled on the island, the Quranic verses were recited and Urdu poetry was also sung to make its presence felt.

The rally was attended by several BJP leaders including Surrinder Ambardar, a lawmaker, Narinder Singh, party general secretary and others. The party claims to have enrolled over 3.5 lakh members so far.

Incidentally, during 2014 assembly elections party launched an aggressive campaigning but failed to make it at the hustings. Of total 34 candidates fielded in the elections by the party, 33 of them lost their security deposits.

Invoking secularism during his speech, Ambardar referred to Hazratbal, Makhdoom sahib shrines and the temple of Shankarcharya hill visible from the island, he said his party was committed to serve the people of Kashmir despite the voter’s inclination.

Ambardar also commented on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on Independence Day when he called for bringing the people into the mainstream by embracing them.

Singh urged to have a strong local leadership to lead the party in the valley that would help in making the state prosperous and spread the message of peace and development for all.

He said the aim of BJP is pledged to remove secessionism from the minds of the people and invite them to join national mainstream....
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