At least 70 vehicles of Bhartiya Janata Party from Kashmir valley are leaving for Jammu to attend the BJP’s ‘Lallkar Rally’ to be addressed by the party’s prime ministerial candidate and Gujarat chief Minister Narendra Modi on December 1.
Giving details about the preparations made by the Kashmir cadres of BJP, spokesperson Kashmir province, Muhammad Altaf Thakur told CNS that a fleet of vehicles comprised of BJP leaders and workers from Kashmir will leave for Jammu from Islamabad on Saturday morning.
“There are 12 vehicles from North Zone, 15 from Central Zone, 40 from South Zone. Muslim Morcha has arranged 8 vehicles for the rally while leaders from Kisan Morcha Youth Wing are leaving for Jammu in 4 vehicles. All the 70 vehicles will leave at a time from Islamabad town on Saturday,” Thakur said.
Meanwhile, the colourful posters of party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi appeared in certain parts of Srinagar city.
“Our workers pasted the posters of our leader near Government College for Women and TRC in Srinagar,” Thakur said.