BJP President Amit Shah Saturday said that the victory for the BJP in Jammu and Kashmir is much more than the victories stored in the states like Maharashtra, Haryana and Jharkand.
He said that it viewed this victory as a humble tribute to the martyrdom of Jana Sangh’s founding President Shyama Prasad Mukherjee. Shah was speaking to his cadres at Bangalore.
“The BJP had derived ‘special pride’ in the Jammu and Kashmir victory and joining the coalition in that state for the first time after Independence,” he reports said adding, “While the opponents were seeking to mislead the people on this development but one must realise that this is the dawn of a new era for all inclusive development in the state.”
Shah asserted that the coalition will strengthen nationalist forces, the unity and integrity of the country. “For the BJP, the sense of security and integrity of the country was more valuable than the Government or positions of power,” he added.