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After bashing BJP, Kashmir politician takes U-turn, hails G20
5/14/2023 10:20:38 PM

Early Times Report

Srinagar, May 14: A few days after confronting the ruling Bharatiya Janta Party, the President of a Kashmir based political party floated after August 5, 2019 decision, has taken a U-turn and his now hailing the right wing party and its endeavors.
The politician, who is also a former Cabinet minister had alleged that the wrong policies of the BJP were responsible for the terror strikes in which at least ten Indian Army Jawans sacrificed their lives for the nation during dastardly attacks.
The politician had alleged that the “vote bank politics of the BJP to create wedge between Gujjars and Paharis had paved way for the enemy attacks.” “So if anyone is responsible, it’s the BJP,” the politician had told the media.
Sources said New Delhi had taken serious note of the utterances as made by the politician and that he was told “not to forget his past.”
Recently there had also been a demand that the leader be booked for having hurt sentiments of a particular community over his remarks that had caused a stir.
Sources said in the wake of “unfavorable circumstances, the neta decided to change his tone to sing a new tune.”
In the latest, he has taken a lead to appreciate the upcoming G20 meeting scheduled to be held in the summer capital in the coming days.
The politician has “hoped that G20 Summit in Kashmir will be a successful event and that there will be good attendance of participating countries.”
“There is no better place than Kashmir to hold Tourism summit,” the politician said.
Sources said “In the wake of recent controversies which have allegedly offended the BJP leadership as also some sections in Jammu and Kashmir, the politician looks ahead to keep New Delhi in good humor lest he lands in trouble.”
Despite repeated attempts said politician in question couldn’t be contacted for comments.
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