Jammu: Calling it a game changer, BJP on Tuesday said that "massive" response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in Kashmir was an indication of the acceptance of the party by the people of the state.
"The massive participation of the Kashmiri people in PM Narendra Modi's rally at Srinagar has very clearly reflected the acceptance of BJP across the entire length and breadth of the Valley, in tune with Ladakh and Jammu," BJP State Spokesperson Suresh Ajay Magotra told reporters here.
He claimed that the record gathering at Modi's rally also suggested that the people of Kashmir have rejected the "misrule, corruption, nepotism and cronyism" of successive governments of Peoples Democratic Party, National Conference and Congress.
"Modi's rally in Kashmir is a game changer," he said.
"The Valley people, particularly those who were affected by the floods, have high praise for Narendra Modi-led dispensation for quick, decisive action and understanding the gravity of the post-floods situation in comparison to the state government, which was not visible for many days," he added.
Magotra said, "Political scenario in the state is going to change after this election as people are fed up with hallow promises of the successive governments and their blackmailing tactics to squeeze more and more funds from the Centre and squandering it."
He alleged that PDP, NC and Congress have been befooling the masses of Kashmir by different emotional sloganeering for political power.
"The PM's message at his rally was development, peace, equitable growth, employment for all the three regions and for every one," he added.
Magotra expressed hope that the overwhelming participation of the people in the rally will further culminate into their casting of votes in favour of BJP candidates.