Expressing displeasure over PDP President Mehbooba Mufti’s recent statement about ending Article 370, Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on Monday said that if the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir does not like India and its laws, he should go to Pakistan on his family. Addressing a gathering for the by-election in Kurali village in Vadodara, Patel said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah brought Citizenship Amendment Act to protect the country and they abolished the provisions of Article 370.
He said, “Mehbooba has been making nonsensical statements for the last two days. He should buy air tickets and move to Karachi with his family. It will be fine for everyone. “He said,” If he wishes, the people of Karjan taluka will send him money to buy air tickets. “” Those who do not like India or are made by the government, “said Patel. Don’t like legislation like CAA or abolition of Article 370? They should go to Pakistan. ”
BJP’s tricolor rally, slogans on Abdullah-Mufti’s homes BJP’s Kashmir unit took out a ‘tricolor’ rally here on Monday to celebrate the merger day and the party said that people’s participation in it is a “befitting slap” on those who make “seditious” statements in the valley. Several BJP leaders and workers gathered here at Tagore Hall where a function was organized on the occasion. A party spokesperson said that it started with garlands on photographs of Maharaja Hari Singh, Bharat Mata and Maqbool Sherwani. Maqbool Sherwani did not allow the Pakistan-backed tribesmen to move forward.
J&K government announced holiday on merger day: He said that after this the Tricolor Rally was taken out which was led by BJP General Secretary and in-charge of Kashmir, Vibodh Gupta. The rally started from Tagore Hall and ended at Dal Lake. The rally consisted of dozens of vehicles on which the tricolor was hoisting. The rally passed through Gupakar Road and activists shouted slogans outside the houses of National Conference President Farooq Abdullah and PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti. Explain that the Jammu and Kashmir government had declared a holiday on merger day. The princely state of Jammu and Kashmir was merged into India on October 26, 1947.
Resignation of 3 senior PDP leaders: The PDP suffered a setback when three founding members of the party, including former party Rajya Sabha member TS Bajwa, resigned from the party stating that they were “unwelcome comments” of party chief Mehbooba Mufti, particularly patriotic sentiment. “He was feeling uneasy and was feeling suffocated by the offending comment.” The resignations of the three leaders have come at a time when former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had said on Friday that she would be asked to contest till then There is no interest in fighting or raising the national flag tricolor until the constitutional changes introduced on August 5 last year are withdrawn.
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