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Ram Madhav's praise to Farooq fuels rumours in political circles
8/28/2018 12:03:39 AM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Aug 27: Political circles in J&K filed with rumours after BJP point-man in the State and national general secretary Ram Madhav has started praising former Chief Minister Dr Farooq Abdullah.
Ram Madhav, who is architect of PDP-BJP alliance in J&K, has at once started hailing Dr Farooq Abdullah for his stand taken by him on different issues.
Two days back, Ram Madhav on social media appreciated Dr Farooq Abdullah for bravely lambasted those who had heckled him during Eid Namaz at Srinagar on Eid.
"You may find many faults with him. But only he can say such things in the Valley", Ram Madhav had posted on his Face Book account. This post of Ram Madhav has sent many hints of changing political equations in J&K.
Not only Ram Madhav, other BJP leaders have also appreciated Dr Farooq Abdullah with one once after Eid heckled incident and put their weight behind senior Abdullah who has also reciprocated gesture of BJP by his statements.
Credible sources said that after BJP withdraw support of the government headed by Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on June 19, NC leadership was trying to develop relations with NDA to sabotage any move of the PDP to form government in J&K.
Sources said that at present there are no chances of the formation of government but main concern of NC leadership is not to allow PDP to again form government with BJP.
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