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Cong ‘humiliates’ Lal Singh to please ‘radical’ groups in Kashmir
1/20/2023 10:48:50 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 20: The J&K unit of BJP is elated after Congress leadership virtually “snubbed and humiliated” Choudhary Lal Singh, chairman of the Dogra Sabhiman Sangathan Party, only to keep Kashmir-centric political parties and some radical groups in good humours.
These radical groups and some political parties have launched a campaign against Choudhary Lal Singh after he announced joining the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
Instead of accommodating Choudhary Lal Singh, whose supporters outnumbered Congress workers at Lakhanpur to welcome Rahul Gandhi, Congress leadership preferred to allow the Awami National Conference leader on the dias.
It was an open secret that number of supporters of Choudhary Lal Singh were much bigger than Congress workers but it was all due to the pressure of some radical groups in Kashmir that Congress leadership intentionally humiliated and insulted Lal Singh in the function.
On the day when Choudhary Lal Singh announced joining the Bharat Jodo Yatra, J&K BJP leadership was worried because Lal Singh, somehow represent the sentiments of the people of the Jammu region. His active participation in the Bharat Jodo Yatra would help the Congress to retrieve its lost ground in Dogra land, especially in Kathua, Samba, Jammu, and Udhampur district.
“We were worried because Choudhary Lal Singh is a force in some parts of Jammu province. His active participation would send a very positive message to the Congress party but now it has proved counterproductive”, a senior BJP leader told the Early Times.
“Treatment meted out to Lal Singh would be proved counterproductive for the Congress party in Jammu province in general and Kathua district in particular because there is a feeling among people that Congress has hurt Dogra sentiments just to appease some radical groups of Kashmir Valley”, the leader said, while wishing anonymity.
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