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PDP, Congress assertion linking land laws to crime absurd, misleading: Kavinder
10/29/2020 11:18:19 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Oct, 29: After BJP Government's nationalistic policies rendered PDP, Congress and other opportunistic parties redundant in J&K, these outfits are getting restless and want to regain significance by hook or crook. This was stated by senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta in a handout released here on Thursday. The senior BJP leader said that changed political discourse in J&K after BJP-led central government tightened noose around selected few stooges of Pakistan from PDP, NC, Congress and other parties forced these Kashmir-based 'blackmailers' to mislead people on corrective measures taken by Center to remove wrongs prevailing in the UT. Kavinder lambasted these parties for spreading canards that new land laws will raise crime rate especially rape cases across the JK UT. He said that opposition in J&K is taking refuge under absurdity to mislead people on government's proactive steps to put things back on tracks. The former Deputy Chief Minister said already lakhs of people from various states like UP, Bihar and Jharkhand are living in the UT with no significant change in crime graph and the assertion of the opposition is nothing but an attempt to once again attain relevance which under present circumstances has zero probability.
The senior BJP leader asked the opposition parties to shun such cheap political tactics and rather join hands with PM Narendra Modi-led dispensation to bail out people of J&K UT from this quandary of uncertainty and terrorism.
"Swaying people away from the national mainstream which currently the aforesaid parties are trying to do is the biggest crime and all such entities in Valley and elsewhere will have to pay a big price for this evil which they are committing", Kavinder said, asking people to keep away from such elements who are enemies of brotherhood and peace in J&K.
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