BJP’s divisive agenda stands rejected: NC
‘Debacle of BJP in Hindi heartland a body-blow to its communal politics’
Srinagar 2018: Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Wednesday asserted that the debacle of BJP in Hindi heart land reflects triumph of truth over falsehood and the revulsion of people for divisive and communal politics.
In a statement Provincial Spokesperson Imran Nabi Dar said that the recent election results in five states reveal that people are the real source of power and that they cannot be taken for granted. “The results should act as an eye opener to those political parties who continue to play politics of polarization. The results are reflective of the fact how people have disapproved BJP’s divisive agenda aimed at sowing seeds of communal discord,” he said.
Imran said that unqualified, naïve and haughty attitude of the BJP leadership and government towards farmers’ distress and the apathetic condition of small business holders is responsible for their failure in the elections that many say were the semi finals for the forth coming national elections.
Imran said that the poll debacle of BJP in the Hindi belt is pointer of the change that people are yearning for. “The results show that people aren’t swayed by fanfare, slogan mongering and catachreses,” he said.
He said that people are now aware of BJP’s poor performance on economic front and foreign affairs front mishandling coupled with its historic mismanagement while dealing with Jammu & Kashmir.
“The results have reinstated that India is a country for all,” he said adding, “Every election is like a fare that invigorates the democratic setup of a country."
“I wish the change augments well for our state too,” he said adding, “Those who were looking upto BJP for their political sustenance in Kashmir and were acting as their Trojan horses here won’t be able to see their dreams materialize,” he said.
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