Ram Madhav arriving in Kashmir to check ‘party pulse’
Srinagar : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) general secretary Ram Madhav is scheduled to visit Srinagar Thursday check party pulse, sources in the party revealed Wednesday.
Local news agency KNO quoted party sources as saying that Madhav will arrive in Srinagar tomorrow morning and right away chair workers meeting to check the party pulse.
“He will chair workers meeting and take fresh feedback from the party workers over the prevailing situation in Kashmir and party related activities,” a senior party functionary said.
This will be the second visit by Madhav after the July 08 killing of BJP leader Waseem Bari, his brother and his father at Muslimabad area of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district.
A party source said that Madhav will get feedback from the party workers, leaders and activists over the situation post abrogation of Article 370. The BJP leader’s visit also comes at a time when party leaders are celebrating a month-long program in connection with the first anniversary of Article 370 rollback and creation of two union territories—Ladakh and J&K.
He said that Madhav will also review the security arrangements made for the party workers, and Panchayat representatives at their respective district headquarters and accordingly apprise the party high command and police top brass in case there is any change or further measures needed.