Kishtwar, Nov 22 (ANI): Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's election rally on Saturday, residents of Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir expected the Prime Minister to address certain burning issues like relationship with Pakistan and unemployment in the region. Residents were hopeful that Modi would talk about solving the long-standing dispute with neighbouring Pakistan with whom India has often shared crossfire. Modi is scheduled to address an election rally, with just three days left for the polling for the first phase of Assembly Elections. Meanwhile, other residents raised the matter of unemployment in the district and hoped Modi would take steps to resolve the problem by creating job opportunities. The Election Commission of India has already announced the dates for assembly elections in Kashmir. The polls will be held in five-phases, beginning on November 25 and ending on December 20.