THATHRI, Dec 12: Senior Congress leader and PCC vice president, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori today said that the bubble of BJP hypothetical approach and it’s agenda of hate and communal divide has been busted after the result of five State Assembly elections out today wherein people has out rightly rejected the party’s agenda of divide and rule among the different sections of the society.
Saroori while addressing the mammoth public gathering here at Thathri, said that BJP is a sinking ship which no one is ready to board on added that Congress victory in 3 states is the beginning of communalism free India. He said that BJP also draws blank in State like Talengana where Congress party ally and `Mahagathbandan’ party TRS had won with thumping majority along with Congress party.
He said that the foundation of BJP lead Narindra Modi Government has been laid on false promises and propaganda being spread by the party though some big media houses added that the party now started losing the control on everything as the result came out of 5 states in which 3 main states won by Congress with thumbing majority gives the BJP and it’s leadership a sleepless night ahead on 2019 Parliamentary Elections.
Saroori exhorted the cadre to gear up for upcoming elections, saying Congress led Government alone can meet the challenges confronted to the State, adding that party under the leadership of Ghulam Nabi Azad will give a strong and stable Government at the strength of the peoples’ massive support and Congress’s presence in every nook and corner of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. Exuding confidence on massive victory, Saroori said Chenab belt will have to hugely contribute to the strength of Congress.
The Congress leader said that India will see the beginning of new era with the return of the Congress party at driving seat after 2019 parliamentary elections. He said that Congress under the leadership of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi will took the country to new heights where the common people including farmers, unemployed youths will find solace. He said that the defeat of BJP in five states had given a clear signal that communal and hate politics had no space in the country.