NC, PDP got exposed by crying hoarse: BJP

Srinagar: The senior leader of BJP Mr. Fayaz Ahmad Bhat who was specially invited to the oath ceremony of Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi, praised the extra-ordinary step taken by PM in the first cabinet meeting to bring back black money from abroad.

According to a statement , he said this step has irritated many regional leaders of J&K state who have sucked the blood of people that it is in this context rather than praising Modi for his Bold step against black money all parties like Congress, PDP,NC have made futile attempt to misinterpret the media statement of Mr. Jitendera Singh Rana, MoS PM’s office.

“It is matter of pride such an intelligent man like Jitendera Singh Rana has been given important position in the centre which will help to boost the developmental scenario of JK State. Mr. Rana had only said that discussion on 370 is more fruitful but both NC and PDP try to misinterpret word ‘discussion’ with abolition and try to mislead the people of Kashmir,” he said.

He said it has been made very clear that discussion on every topic is in the interest of the people of the state.

He questioned that why NC has never answered that how they breached the article 370 by extending the term of state assembly from five to six years neither they explain to the people when parliament amended the Parliament Extension term Bill and again reduced parliament age from six to five years, why didn’t NC reversed the assembly age from six to five years. “This proves when parliament decisions benefit NC, PDP or Congress in the state they use it for their own benefits but when the benefit of people is announced they block it so that anti-centre sentiments are exploited,” BJP leader said.

He praised people of J&K who have not been this time swayed away by false propaganda launched from last two days against the Jitendera Singh Rana and his statement which he specifically clarified when attempts were made to misinterpret it before the people of J&K State.


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