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Mehbooba asks ‘secular’ Veeri to pacify ‘insulted’ Jammu leaders
10/28/2020 12:48:38 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 27: Fearing that more Jammu based ‘humiliated and insulted’ leaders will quit the party in the coming days, the PDP high-command has deputed ‘liberal face’ of the party, Abdul Rehman Veeri to hold one to one discussions with senior leaders.
Decision to assign this ‘difficult’ task to Veeri has been taken due to the ‘secular’ image of Veeri who has personal relations with many Jammu based leaders. Unlike the new breed of PDP leaders, who availed every opportunity to play communal card, Veeri is considered as a mature and secular leader who is a disciple of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.
Credible sources said that many Jammu based leaders of party have already made their mind to leave the party as it was difficult for them to follow ‘separatist’ and ‘anti-India’ agenda being pursued by party leadership after demise of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. “After writing a hard-hitting letter to Mehbooba Mufti before quitting the party, Trilok Singh Bajwa, Ved Mahajan and Hussain Ali Baffa have opened a flood-gate because majority of the Jammu based are finding it difficult work in the party under prevailing situation”, an insider in the PDP said, adding, “In the coming days many supporters of these three leaders would quit the party”.
Meanwhile Bajwa, Mahajan and Baffa will address a joint press conference on Wednesday to further expose party leadership for pursuing an ‘anti-national’ agenda. As all the three leaders belong to different religions, they will counter PDP’s any design to play communal card on this issue.
The trio has decided to reveal circumstances which forced them to quit the party which they had formed with late Mufti Mohammad Sayeed to provide an alternative to NC.
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