Muslims willing to support, vote BJP: Vibodh Gupta

MLC, Vibodh Gupta posing with Muslim leaders who joined BJP at Rajouri on Saturday.
MLC, Vibodh Gupta posing with Muslim leaders who joined BJP at Rajouri on Saturday.

Excelsior Correspondent
RAJOURI, Aug 31: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Vibodh Gupta today said that contrary to popular perceptions, the Muslims are willing to support and vote BJP in large numbers in the forthcoming Assembly elections looking at the commitment of BJP led Central Government to promote developmental works. “This is an excellent example of how public mindset can be changed by hard work”, he added while addressing a gathering of prominent Muslim leaders and social activists who joined BJP today.
Gupta said that development is the overriding concern of all and all sections of society are willing to support BJP under the magical leadership of India’s most loved Prime Minister. Lauding the vision and resolutions of PM, Narendra Modi, he called him the Messiah of New J&K. He strongly asserted that BJP’s top priority is to construct a prosperous and strong J&K which will be self-sufficient and terrorism free.
Vibodh also hailed Centre Government’s foreign policy and said that along with Pakistan, China is also feeling vulnerable and isolated from the globe. He said that all major superpowers and international organizations have extended their solidarity to India which is our decisive victory against terrorism and Pakistan.
Vibodh bluntly criticised the heinous act of killing of two innocent Gujjars by terrorists and extended his solidarity with the bereaved families. He said, “J&K will together fight with the enemies of peace and they are counting their last breath in the Valley”.
During the function, many prominent Muslim leaders joined the BJP. They expressed their faith and support to Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s new J&K and said that the only reason to join BJP is development as without development no nation can survive.
District president, Dinesh Sharma also hailed Central Government for landmark changes in J&K which he termed as revolutionary changes. He said that people of J&K are celebrating the abrogation of Article 370 and joining BJP in large numbers.
Other prominent leaders who were present on the occasion were Rajinder Gupta, Kamal Bakshi, Subash Sharma, Talib Mir, Ashwani Kochar, Ranjit Tara, Abdul Gani Shawl, Asif Choudhary, Mohd Zahid, Mohd Azim, Sanjay Sharma, Jasbir Kumar, Kewal Sharma and others.