Elections in J&K to be held after voters' list compilation, says Amit Shah
Amit Shah in J&K: Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who is on a two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir, on Wednesday said that elections in the Union Territory will be held after voters' list compilation.
"As soon as the work of compiling the voters' list is completed, elections will be held in J&K with full transparency," Shah said at a public rally in Baramulla.
Addressing the rally, Amit Shah said, "Modi Ji's model of governance brings development and employment. While the Gupkar model offers stones and guns in hands of the youth. There is a lot of difference between Modi's model and Gupkar model."
"For the last 70 years, Mufti & company, Abdullah & sons were in power here but didn't provide housing for the 1 lakh homeless people. Modi ji gave homes to these 1 lakh people between 2014-2022," Shah added.
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