STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: State Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday thanked voters and public for reposing overwhelming confidence in the governance of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi by voting BJP and NDA back to power with much improved margin than last time and firmly rejecting the politics of division and abuses of the opposition. State Chief Spokesperson of Bharatiya Janata Party, Sunil Sethi said that it is huge opportunity of hope and trust, the public has reposed and continuation of good governance and resolve to make India stronger by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. The inputs made in last five years will start yielding rich results, which will be further strengthened in coming years, he said. Sethi said that the opposition miserably failed to judge the mood of nation to move ahead and have ‘Strong India’ with whom no enemy will dare to fight or cause harm. The public has shown that if there is honesty and clarity in governance, same will be firmly supported. The public of India has demonstrated again how mature it is by making judgment for which future generations will be proud of, he added. Sunil Sethi saw big opportunity to solve all issues facing Jammu & Kashmir, both internal as well as external in coming times with strong Central Government, who is committed to initiate strong measures for ensuring peace, progress and prosperity in the state. Balakote and subsequent events are indicators that India has the resources and matching-will to give a befitting reply to its enemies, he said. Sethi said that it is not only an occasion for Bharatiya Janata Party to celebrate but is festival occasion for entire country, which returned the ruling party to power with huge majority after decades. Defeat of many stalwarts of opposition in their home turfs including Congress President should be taken as defeat of deceit, he maintained.
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