Sagar: Mufti’s ‘Power- Hug’ for BJP on, even as Delhi rejects it PDF Print E-mail

altJehlum Post News/Srinagar/Feb 10, 2015/ National Conference General Secretary Haji Ali Mohammad Sagar on Tuesday while congratulating Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for its glorious victory in Delhi said that BJP’s decline signified the rejection of communal and divisive politics in the country. The NC General Secretary said that communal overtones and policies of the BJP Government as emphasized by issues like ‘Ghar Wapsi’ and recent attacks on religious places had resulted in the drastic rejection of BJP in the country’s capital to start with. Lashing out at PDP Patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, Sagar said BJP had been given sanctity by Mufti Sayeed in Kashmir at a time when the party stands exposed for its communal policies all over the country.

“Mufti Sahab in his desperation to become the Chief Minsiter embraced the communal right-wing at a time when BJP was patronizing ‘Ghar Wapsi’, forced conversions and communal politics across the length and breadth of the country. This should be an eye-opener for Mufti Sayeed and PDP. BJP’s decline will be steeper than its ascension to power due to its communalism and Mufti Sayeed will be a part of this decline”, NC General Secretary Ali Mohammad Sagar added. “PDP’s absolute lack of idealism, ideology and courage has resulted in the people of Kashmir being humiliated and back-stabbed for the singular goal of power and Mufti Sayeed’s dream of becoming the Chief Minister again. Soon BJP will stand rejected in every State in the country but Mufti Mohammad Sayeed will give BJP and RSS a historic entry into J&K and will consequently belittle and demean the mandate of the people. The people of J&K can never make peace with what BJP and RSS stand for and their history of anti-Muslim policies and ideology. The people of J&K will never forgive Mufti Mohammad Sayeed for this historic betrayal”, Ali Mohammad Sagar further stated.

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