Riyaz Ul Khaliq
KL NEWS NETWORK
Ahead of much hyped Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Jammu and Kashmir coming weekend, one of the right wing Bhartiya Janta Party’s (BJP) Secretary Generals, Ram Madhav, Sunday concluded his two day visit to state.
PM Modi is scheduled to visit J&K on November 07 when he is expected to announce a special economic package for flood devastated Jammu and Kashmir
Ram Madhav, the man from BJP side who prepared ‘Agenda for Alliance’ for government formation with Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), landed in Srinagar on Saturday after which he held closed door meetings with state politicians of BJP.
He met Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh at his official residence in Srinagar along with other BJP politicians including Jugal Kishore.
Sources said that Madhav afterwards drove to meet Naeem Akhtar, Altaf Bukhari and Dr Haseeb A Drabu and held one-to-one meetings with PDP’s trio. “(Later) in the evening, Ram Madhav had a dinner meeting with Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,” the sources close to developments revealed to Kashmir Life this afternoon.
While narrating the marathon meetings with unionist politicians in J&K, sources said, “the main target was to know the priority areas of PDP-BJP coalition government.” “Ram Madhav shall be briefing PM Modi before he comes to visit valley on coming Saturday.”
The sources further said, “Madhav has emphasized on coalition partners to get youth in Srinagar rally on November 07 which shall be addressed by PM Modi.” “The address is believed to be ‘special one’.”
“The meetings between Madhav and politicians from PDP-BJP coalition government aimed at preparing a brief for PM Modi’s visit to state,” the sources said, “Madhav is believed to have been briefed by the coalition members about their focus areas and the priority areas which PM Modi is believed to speak about.”
If believed, the sources assert, the upcoming visit of PM Modi shall be “all-inclusive”. “PM Modi is expected to meet all unionist politicians including Dr Farooq Abdullah; Omar Abdullah; communist lawmaker, M Y Tarigami; Gh Hassan Mir besides others.”