Madhav arrived in Srinagar on Thursday on a daylong visit and held meetings with BJP ministers, legislators and prominent party workers. He said coalition between the two parties is working very well and its focus for the next three years is on the state’s development.
Ram Madhav, who is in Srinagar on a two-day visit to take stock of party affairs, said that the Centre is confident that normalcy will be restored in the state soon.
Telangana has a total of 17 Lok Sabha and 119 Assembly segments, and elections are due in 2019
Debates between Nehru, Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, and Ambedkar deserve serious reflection; but the fact remains that they were all part of the anti-colonial resistance, abhorred the ‘Hindu Raj’ project, and upheld ideals of diversity and dignity for the weak and vulnerable. The Sangh and its ideological brothers, on the other hand, had only the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ inspired by fascism for its ideal.
Vice-President Hamid Ansari and Prime Minister Narendra Modi were among those who took time out to attend the event. Samajwadi Party patriarch and Ram Gopal’s cousin, Mulayam Singh Yadav, however, was nowhere to be seen.
PM Narendra Modi has introduced several initiatives that will bolster our economy like start-up and Make in India programme, said Ram Madhav. The Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) general secretary asked party workers to reach out to people in rural India.
“There has been no lapse, adequate security has been provided. The yatra had been peaceful for the last 15 days,” the BJP leader in-charge of Jammu and Kashmir Ram Madhav said.
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee had alleged that the Centre’s refusal to send CRPF personnel, as demanded by the state government, had led to the current situation in the Darjeeling hills where the indefinite shutdown entered its 25th day on Sunday.
“Whatever is happening in West Bengal today is a sort of TMC’s home grown project. Blame is completely on TMC,” Ram Madhav said. Meanwhile, BJP MLA H Raja Singh urged Hindus in Bengal to respond to the violence in the same way as Hindus did in Gujarat in 2002.
“There is nothing sacred in lynching or taking life away in the name of cow protection,” said Ram Madhav
“Geopolitics in the Indian Ocean region makes the possibility of neo-colonialism a reality with countries trying to dominate others through money, market and through military,” Ram Madhav said. “Trade and tyranny co-exist in the backyard of many countries in the region,” he added.
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‘Surveys have been conducted after the completion of two years (of Modi government) and people are saying that they want Modi as PM once again,’ said Madhav.