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PDP-NC-Hurriyat join hands to ensure BJP's defeat
3/19/2018 11:46:35 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 19: Anti-Jammu policies being promulgated by ruling PDP with the support by its arch rival National Conference (NC) has authenticated the allegations that an undeclared 'Maha Gathbandan' as seen in recent UP by elections has already taken shape in J&K on the directions of Hurriyat Conference to ensure defeat of BJP in the coming Lok Sabha elections.
Shockingly the BJP in J&K and party's incharge of the State have deliberated extended deaf ear and blind eye towards political developments which are taking place in J&K covertly. Due to their lust for power and their enmity with sitting Lok Sabha members, BJP leadership in J&K, are deliberately sabotaging party's chances in coming Parliamentary elections by meekly surrendering before separatist's agenda to create anti-party atmosphere in Jammu before general elections.
It is appears that agenda of the PDP-BJP government is being set from the office of Hurriyat Conference and two political arch rivals PDP and NC, are 'obediently' following this agenda be it solving problems of West Pakistani Refugees, deporting Rohanigyas, disbursing relief to PoK refugees, changing demography of Jammu, giving religious colour to Rassana murder case and denying justice to some areas of Jammu region.
Credible sources said that BJP leadership in J&K is very much aware that anger in Jammu is increasing against party in Jammu against the party but lust for power is forcing local leaders including ministers to pretend ignorance about this game plan of the 'Maha Gathbandan'. Local BJP leadership including ministers have nothing to lose in coming Parliament elections so they prefer to keep PDP and separatist in good humour.
J&K BJP leadership is very much aware that not solving problems of West Pakistani Refugees and cheating PoK displaced persons would prove very costly for the party in Lok Sabha polls but due to pressure from Hurriyat Conference BJP leaders could did not even speak about these issues, which are on the top of party's agenda.
BJP leadership is well aware that anger against locals of Samba and Kathua districts over Rasana incident would cost dearly to the party but party has not adopted tough stand to protect innocents from the atrocities of police in the name of investigation. Rather some BJP leaders are speaking in the language of Kashmir centric parties.
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