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Rahul's Bharat Jodo Yatra will be flop show in J&K: Kavinder
12/4/2022 10:52:43 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 4: Senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta on Sunday said that Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra is likely to get poor response in J&K as people here are well aware of the hollow slogans of Congress Party, which is one of the political outfits responsible for ruining Kashmir.
In a statement issued to media persons, the senior BJP functionary said that the Rahul's road march will prove to be a flop show in J&K as has already lost ground in this part of the country. He said that the recent statements by the UT Congress Chief Vikar Rasool Wani about preparations regarding the aforesaid Yatra and large number of people expected to join the same are all lies because this oldest party of the country has a dwindling future in J&K with no substantial support of people or a political face having credibility to lead the masses.
Kavinder said that Rahul is all set to face embarrassment in J&K and therefore it is advisable to end this 'drama' before entering the region as nationalists and patriots rule the roost here with no room for a party which ditched the people for decades by playing divisive politics.
The former Deputy Chief Minister said that people in J&K by now have understood the conspiracies hatched by Congress party to hoodwink the people and stay in power by taking undue advantage of loopholes in the system but now the public mood is different and it is likely that Congress will have to face a backlash in the form of total boycott of this so-called Yatra, which is nothing but the last and final attempt to create space for Rahul Gandhi in the country's political spectrum.
Kavinder said that Congress is a sinking ship and whatever the party is doing for survival is going to boomerang as Congress-Mukt Bharat now is inevitable and no power in Congress can stop this from happening.
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