Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Friday said that spreading weird and bizarre idea of BJP and RSS coming to power if polls are boycotted is actually a conspiracy to enhance poll percentage in Kashmir.
In a statement JKLF Vice Chairman Showkat Ahmad Bakshi said, BJP and RSS enmity with Muslim and Kashmir is a recognized fact but other pro India leaders and their parties have also acted against the interests of Kashmiris. Kashmiris with their total boycott of elections will defeat the nefarious designs of all these enemies.
While speaking to people at Bandipora today, he said, Whenever so called elections are held, many gimmicks and bizarre ideas about election boycott are floated in the market by Indian agencies through their Kashmiri stooges. During this election the idea of RSS and BJP grabbing power if polls are boycotted is being flourished. The sole purpose of this weird idea is to create fear psychosis among people and incite them to participate in elections by casting votes, so that boycott call is weakened.
He said that this is an established fact that BJP and RSS have an anti Muslim and anti Kashmiri agenda and program and these communal people have always acted against us, but at the same time this is also true that other pro India Kashmiri parties and leaders are also no special.
These people too have always acted against the interests of Kashmiris and have crossed every limit of oppressive behaviors against Kashmiris at the behest of their Indian masters. Elections and assemblies are forums that have been used against Kashmiris and that is why Kashmiris need to boycott these elections and defeat the nefarious designs of all these enemies of Kashmir .while condemning the police raid on JKLF office at Abi Guzar, Bakhshi added.
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