Ram Madhav says BJP is not against the assembly election in J&K
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Ram Madhav says BJP is not against the assembly election in J&K Ram Madhav the General Secretary of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) has denied the reports that BJP was against the early assembly election in J&K, on Sunday.
Ram Madhav said that there is no truth in the rumors have been spreaded that BJP is against the early assembly election in J&K.
According to the sources Ram Madhav has also said that His party would like compete alone in the elections. But, They would like to form a stable government in the state with the friends later.
He also said that the will fill the candidates with the seats int the state and at the same time, there would be a little possibility for the alliance with any party which would be pre-poll alliance. According to him BJP will emerge as the largest single party after the election.
Due to the special circumstances in Jammu and Kashmir BJP will not hesitate to shake hands with other parties to establish a government in Jammu and Kashmir. That would not be the hesitation matter for BJP.
While going to the background of BJP party alliance with PDP after 2014 Assembly Elections, he stated that BJP has formed an alliance with the PDP based on a common minimum programme, after 2014.
While talking, he referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Jammu and kashmir, Ladakh and the Kashmir valley, he stated that Prime minister is going to start a BJP campaign for lok sabha and assembly election in J&K.
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