Jammu, July 22 (UNI) Assured of gaining majority in the forthcoming assembly elections, the Bahujan Samaj Party National General Secretary and in-charge J &K affairs, Narinder Kashyap today said BSP would form the next Jammu and Kashmir government in 2009.
Addressing a public meeting here this evening, Mr Kashyap said BSP would win maximum number of seats and J &K would become the second state of the country having BSP leadership.
''BSP represents people from all castes and religions and I am sure that the coming assembly elections will decided the fate of the party,'' Mr Kashyap said asserting, ''If BSP will form government in the state, a special package to the backward classes will be given while all classes of the society will get equal share.'' However, the leader said BSP national president and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Kumari Mayawati will be the next prime minister of the country.
Meanwhile, he criticised both Congress and People's Democratic Party (PDP) for pushing shrine board issue into controversies.
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