New Delhi: Quite confident about his party's landslide victory in Jammu and Kashmir's Assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party's general secretary and former RSS spokesperson Ram Madhav on Tuesday said that his party will win 44 out of total 87 seats in the Valley.
Madhav, while talking to ANI, said that he is sure that the BJP will accomplish its mission 44 in the state.
He further made a pitch to bring the BJP government in the state and said that if people of J&K want development then they should vote for his party.
When asked to comment on Congress candidate from Ganderbal in Kashmir valley, Mohammad Yousuf Bhat's remark, he said that such statements are shameful and ECI should take action on it.
Bhat had mentioned his daughter's marriage as 'liability' on record which later led to furore in the state.
The Assembly polls in the state will start from November 25 and will be held in five phases ending on December 20. The results will be out on December 23.