BJP refutes reports about resignation
Srinagar: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday night refuted the reports of resignation of the party ministers from the Mehbooba Mufti-led cabinet in Jammu and Kashmir.
The State BJP Secretary Ashok Koul said that the reports about resignations of BJP ministers are totally baseless.
“It was a general meeting of BJP. Some people have spread false rumours. There is nothing like BJP ministers having resigned,” BJP general secretary Ashok Koul told Kashmir News Service (KNS).
He also blamed media for creating a hostile atmosphere to defame BJP.
Koul said that BJP works for strengthening the religious harmony between people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh.
‘We have been living harmoniously since centuries. BJP does not want to create Hindu vs Muslim situation in Jammu and Kashmir. Some anti-national elements are trying to disturb the atmosphere in the state. Today, they tried to spread rumours about slaughter of a calf in Vijaypur. But we will expose such elements,” he told KNS.
About today’s meeting, he said that the meeting held in Jammu was a routine meeting where leaders discussed public reach out program which will begin in the month of May.