PAGDA dissolved now, those who were predicting BJP’s fall in Bihar must remain silent: Altaf Thakur


Bhartiya Janata Party JK spokesman Altaf Thakur Tuesday congratulated Prime Minister Narendera Modi and BJP president JP Nadda for the party’s grand victory in Bihar and also in the by-elections of two other states, stating that people see BJP as a big ray of hope and the party’s agenda for development, peace and prosperity is accepted by every single citizen of India.

Thakur said that the grand victory by BJP in Bihar and other two states must have shut the mouths of those who were opposing PM Modi’s vision by sitting in Kashmir and by claiming to fight for the restoration of Article 370.

In a brief statement issued here, Thakur said that grand success by the BJP in Bihar is an eye-opener for those criticizing PM Modi’s policies.

He said that people across India see BJP as the only hope as the party believes in work on ground and not in mere hollow slogans.

Lashing out at those who care part of PAGD in JK, Thakur said those who are part of Gupkar alliance, used to say that BJP will lose hands down in Bihar, but the final result (125 seats) has shut their mouths and he was hopeful that no leader would now criticize BJP’s policies and instead tender apology as Bihar results have proved that BJP is the only party that has pro-people agenda. He said that he was hopeful that PAGD will be dissolved now and those who were predicting massive defeat of BJP would remain silent in their homes now.

Thakur said that in DDC polls in JK, BJP will win majority of seats and people will prove that they have rejected the dynasty rule, and those who used to earn votes on hollow slogans in the past seven decades.


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