BJP's Hindu experimental laboratory is no longer Gujarat, but Jammu and Kashmir

BJP's Hindu experimental laboratory is no longer Gujarat, but Jammu and Kashmir
BJP's Hindu experimental laboratory is no longer Gujarat, but Jammu and Kashmir

BJP's Hindu Experiment School is not Gujarat anymore.

Elections in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir will be held in November-December. After the removal of 370, the Election Commission has started preparations to conduct elections in Jammu and Kashmir for the first time after 2019. Earlier the government's time was 6 years, now it will be 5 years.

 There are 1 crore people above 18 years in Jammu and Kashmir. The total number of voters is 76 lakhs. Names of 25 lakh new voters are expected to be included in the voter list. In this way 1 crore voters will vote.

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti said that 2.5 million outside voters have been roped in to vote in the assembly elections. BJP will now benefit from the delimitation of assembly seats.

Before Kashmir, Gujarat was the Hindu laboratory for the BJP and the RSS. After changed the demarcation and made the electoral roll, now the location of the laboratory has shifted from west to north.

BJP's preparation

BJP has also started election preparations in the state and senior party leaders Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari, Smriti Irani have started work. BJP National General Secretary BL Santosh will play an important role in the entire election process.

BJP has now started the process of preparing the manifesto in the election preparations. Most importantly, J&K will be given full statehood.

Former Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad is no longer in Congress. His new party will work with BJP. He is working at the behest of BJP.

Jammu Hindu Bank

Jammu is big in terms of area and Kashmir valley is very small. But the Kashmir Valley is much larger than Jammu in terms of population. So every time Jammu wins more seats than the Valley, the Chief Minister is from the Valley. There has been a feeling of discrimination against the people living here in Jammu for a long time.

division of legislators

The demarcation is done on the basis of 2011 census. According to its census, the population of Jammu division is 54 lakhs. This division is spread over an area of ​​26 thousand square kilometer.

The population of Kashmir Valley is 69 lakhs and its area is 15,900 square kilometers.

With the increase of 7 seats, the delimitation work has been completed. Polling stations have been fixed.

Earlier, there were a total of 87 seats in the assembly, including Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. Now there are 90 seats in the assembly without Ladakh. Ladakh does not have 4 seats.

There will be 43 MLAs in Jammu and 47 in Kashmir. That's why BJP wants to bring more and more MLAs on the basis of Hindu majority Jammu. With the new delimitation, BJP can form the government by getting more seats in Hindu-majority Jammu.

44 seats are needed for majority. Earlier most of the chief ministers were from Kashmir. Now he can become the Chief Minister of Jammu.

Jammu's 44 per cent Hindu population will elect 48 per cent MLAs. 56% of the people of Kashmir will elect 52% of the MLAs.

Earlier, 56 percent of the people of Kashmir had voted on 55.4% of the seats and 43.8% of the people of Jammu had voted on 44.5% of the seats.

Since the delimitation of the rest of the constituencies across the country has been put on hold till 2026, a controversy has arisen as to why there is a separate delimitation for Jammu and Kashmir.

what happened in 2014

In 2014, no one got majority in the assembly. In such a situation, PDP and BJP formed the government together in Jammu and Kashmir.

On 1 March 2015, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed became Chief Minister for the second time with the support of BJP. But after January 7, 2016, that month was of President's rule.

A coalition government was formed on 4 April 2016 and in 2018 the BJP withdrew support. Mehbooba Mufti's government fell on 9 June 2018. Since then President's rule has been imposed in Jammu and Kashmir.

In the 2014 assembly elections, the BJP had won 25 of the 37 assembly seats in the Jammu region. The Congress got five seats and the two major parties in the Kashmir Valley, Mehbooba Mufti's PDP and Omar Abdullah's National Conference, got three seats each. One seat went to an independent candidate.

On the other hand, the PDP won 28 of the 46 assembly constituencies in the Kashmir Valley, while the National Conference won 15 and the Congress 12.

The BJP and the PDP have won three seats each out of the six Lok Sabha seats in the state.

24 MLA’s in Pakistan

In principle, the BJP has decided 24 assembly seats for Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Since the BJP could not take back that area of ​​India, the election cannot be conducted by the BJP.

According to the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act 2019, there should now be a total of 114 seats in Jammu and Kashmir. But there are 90.


Election issue 370

The election comes after Amit Shah on August 5, 2019 abrogated Article 370 and 35A from Jammu and Kashmir and made it a union territory.

Article 370 is an issue before the voters of J&K. Several issues such as rising unemployment, security of land and jobs, farmers' issue, release of prisoners and abolition of harsh laws are likely to attract voters during the upcoming assembly elections.

Many such issues can attract voters. The restoration of Article 370 will be an important election promise for major political parties in Kashmir, but other issues may emerge.

Political parties like National Conference will raise the issue of Article 370 during elections. But people in both the areas of Jammu and Kashmir There are many other issues ahead.



The government recruitment process has been cancelled. Young people are going into depression due to hard wait for jobs. Rising youth unemployment is a major issue in Jammu and Kashmir. The unemployment rate is estimated at 32.8 percent.

The Bharatiya Janata Party also believes that the abrogation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir has hindered the development of the region. Adequate employment opportunities have not been created for the unemployed youth.

The government is the only major employer in this sector. According to the 2011 census, about 69 percent of the population in Jammu and Kashmir is below 35 years of age. There are more than 2,50,000 educated unemployed youth.

There is a lot of despair among the youth and unemployment is the most serious issue.

Jammu and Kashmir was under bureaucratic rule for a long time. Which has given rise to many issues including unemployment?

There is a fear that non-residents will eat away at their share of jobs. There will be demographic changes. The people of Jammu were already demanding constitutional protection for land and jobs.

Land law abolished

After the abrogation of Article 370 and 35A of the Constitution, the government has made extensive changes in the land laws of Jammu and Kashmir. 12 laws have been repealed. Outsiders are allowed to buy land in Kashmir. 14 other laws were also amended.

Land can be a big issue in the election of political parties.

Ghulam Nabi Azad has already said that he will try to protect the land and jobs. Land security and employment is a major concern for all in both the sectors.

Farmers are protesting against ripening of apple and saffron.


Aam Aadmi Party

A meeting was held in Sallan village of Kandi area under the chairmanship of senior AAP worker Kanav Khajuria. In which the BJP was attacked on the issue of electricity, water and unemployment in Jammu and Kashmir.

Electoral roll

A special voter list drive will be conducted on September 24 and 25 followed by polling on October 1, 2, 15 and 16. Non-Kashmiris residing in the state can vote by getting their names included in the voter list. For this they do not need a residence certificate. Not only this, he said that the security force personnel deployed for security in Jammu and Kashmir can also include their names in the voter list.

Panchayati Raj has been implemented for the first time in Jammu and Kashmir.

Money investment

Normalcy in the region has failed to motivate private investors to invest in J&K by not setting up the government.


Real Estate Act has come into force. Three years ago, 40 industries had proposed an investment of Rs 13 thousand crore, agreements were signed to buy 57 thousand acres of land. 15 thousand acres in Kashmir and 42,500 acres in Jammu have been selected.

Most of the investment proposals were in the IT, infrastructure, energy, hospitality and tourism sectors. 30 thousand crores was to be invested. An investment of Rs 52000 crore was proposed in the next two years.

Dubai's Lulu Group, Shree Cements, Singapore Electrics and Trident Group of Ludhiana, Ferguson College and Amity University.

14 sectors were identified with horticulture, crop management, food processing, handicrafts, pharma, medicinal plants, sericulture and education.

Per acre in suburbs Rs. 16 crores and in Central Srinagar Rs. Land worth up to 50 crores can be got. So buying land here is not easy.

Investment of gujaratis

Gujarat's pharma, chemical and furniture companies were ready to invest Rs 550 crore. Among them were leaders from Gujarat Inc such as Cadila Pharmaceuticals, Kutch Chemicals and Anupam Rasayan Ltd.

30% capital investment incentive in plant and machinery to investors in the Union Territory, Rs. Capital interest subsidy on loans up to Rs 500 crore, up to 300% of GST-related incentives on plant and machinery and working capital interest subsidy, among others. Entrepreneurs in Gujarat have the advantages of expansion.

Ahmedabad-headquartered Cadila Pharmaceuticals has a plant in Jammu since 2004. 28 acres of land was purchased in Kashmir for further formulation plant at Samba near Jammu. It will work in three years.

Anupam Rasayan, a Surat-based specialty chemical company, generates at least Rs. 30 crore will be invested.

Ahmedabad-based furniture maker HOF Furniture has collaborated with a Jammu-based firm to procure walnut wood. Build a furniture factory.


New tourist places of Jammu and Kashmir, Leh, Ladakh have emerged for the first time.

The situation in the Kashmir Valley has not improved.

All factories dependent on the government have closed. 200 factories manufacturing electrical goods have been closed. There are a large number of wood factories in Jammu and Kashmir. Wooden furniture worth two to four crores has been imported. This is not the kind of development the government is talking about.

It should show development. The reverse is happening here. Investment requires not only land and government subsidies, but also the environment.


Really Invest in 2022

For allotment of land for setting up of industrial units in the Union Territory, the Government of Jammu and Kashmir will provide Rs. 4,226 investment proposals worth Rs 47,441 crore were received.

In January last year, the Jammu and Kashmir administration had sanctioned  new world Yojana is implemented till 2037 with an outlay of Rs 28,400 crore.

It is estimated that 1.97 lakh jobs will be created through these proposals.

In 2019, land allotment approval was given for 15 projects worth Rs 1548 crore. In which five thousand people were to get employment.

20,000 crore investment proposals have been approved in the Union Territory employing 84,000 people. A land bank of 27,000 acres has been created in the new and old industrial areas in Jammu and Kashmir. 4,226 investment cars are ready to block 50 thousand crore rupees. 7-8 lakh jobs will be created.

For the development of new industrial estates in 2022-23, a total of Rs. 150 crore has been made. Rs. 200 crore has been allocated to provide financial assistance to entrepreneurs.

MSMEs contribute 8 percent to GSDP, employing 25,000 MSMEs, which employ about 90% of the industrial workforce here.

For 15 years, the industrial development of Jammu and Kashmir has been given the biggest boost ever.

Whose investment is how much?

100 million old investment factory

Crores of investments in industrial group

  Chenab Textile Mills 35

  Dabur India Limited 14

  Godrej Agrovet 2

  Godrej Sarli 4

  Berger Paints India Limited 32

  coca cola 60

  Flex Industries 90

  Neel Kamal Industrial Craft 71

  Euro Bond India Pvt. Ltd 29

  UK Paints 4

  Reckitt Bankers 42

  Cadila Pharmaceuticals 30

  Jai Beverages (Pepsi Group) 81

  Jindal Photo Ltd 22

  Maral Overseas (Bhilwara Group) 35

  Ind-Swift Laboratories 14

  Medley Pharmaceuticals 36

  Vivek Pharmaceuticals 17

  Surya Health Care Ltd 81

  Sun Pharma 20

  Ultimate Flexi Pack 60

  India Box 20

  Greer Well India Limited 8

Omar Abdullah

National Conference leader Omar Abdullah said the changes made in the land ownership law in Jammu and Kashmir are unacceptable.

Modi's promise

On 24 April 2022, while addressing the people in the Palli Panchayat of Samba district, Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised the youth that they will not let the problems of your grandparents suffer. In the next 25 years, the new Jammu and Kashmir will write a new development story. Only private investment of Rs 17,000 crore could be made in J&K during 7 decades of independence. In the last 2 years, this figure has reached Rs 38,000 crore.

Russia issue

"Today is not the era of war," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said during his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Shanghai-Samarkand. Which was in the context of Russia waging war in Ukraine. This has a direct impact on Russia. Modi's blunder threatens India-Russia relations, including two decades of relations with Putin.

As many countries are increasing their cooperation with Russia, Modi has played a role in breaking it.

After 1,000 multinational corporations announced to leave Russia following Western sanctions, only 106 Western companies were exiting the Russian market.

1,149 international companies are located in Russia.

India should be aware that if a foreign country is provoked by state repression in Kashmir, will India be offended? Violence and bloodshed are disgusting features of the contemporary world situation.

There was no need for the prime minister to characterize the Ukraine conflict as a "war". It can make Pakistan active in Kashmir. It is believed from this statement that Modi is dancing at the behest of America.

When the crisis struck in 1971, Moscow not only stood by India, but also sent its warships and submarines to protect the Indian seas.

Russia provided protection against a possible US military attack against India. Now it has become a joke. Then Pakistan can also interfere in Kashmir elections.