SRINAGAR – The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) while reacting to the remarks of the former Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad that the Sher-e-Kashmir Stadium has a seating capacity for four thousand people, dared Azad and AICC vice president Rahul Gandhi to hold rally in Srinagar.
Talking to KNS, BJP national general secretary Tarun Chugh said that the remarks made by Azad reflect the ‘frustration’ of Congress in JK “as the party feels that its ground is getting lost in Kashmir every day after in Jammu and Kashmir.”
He claimed that Azad was weak at mathematics and his remark that SK Stadium has a mere capacity of 4000 people was the utter frustration of Congress as its “leadership is not in a position to even hold a single rally in Srinagar.”
The BJP leader dared Congress to hold a single rally in Srinagar. “We have a time till 14 December. We challenge Congress to hold a rally in Srinagar.”
Tarun claimed that the popularity of the ‘BJP wave’ in JK has ‘frustrated’ Congress and it is felling that its ground is getting lost every day after in JK.
He added that the Prime Minister will address a one lakh people on December 8 at SK Stadium and the Congress is ‘shelved in the state for times to come.’