The leaders of the People’s Alliance of Jammu and Kashmir attacked and ridiculed the allegations that the Interior Minister Amit Shah was involved in the abolition of Article 370 “foreign forces intervened” and “terrorism and confusion” back. Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti, a rival who came together to fight for the restoration of special status, said Minister Mebuba Mufti, during the elections, was embarrassed about the competition with local forces.
Ms Mufti tweeted that making such a claim is not suitable for BJP. “Irony read her tweet, saying, “A million people have died since the BJP itself violated the constitution all day.”
“I can understand the frustrations of Interior Minister Hon’ble with this attack. He was briefed that the People’s Alliance is preparing to boycott the elections. This will lead the BJP and the newly formed King’s party to run for free at J&K. It could have been posted by former Prime Minister Omar Abdullah on Twitter.
I can understand the frustrations of Hon’ble’s Home Officer about this attack. He was briefed that the People’s Alliance was preparing to boycott elections. This would have allowed BJP and the newly formed King’s party to run freely at J&K. We did not oblige them. https://t.co/OrLBPAIFVn
-Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah) November 17, 2020
“Only at J&K, leaders can be detained and called anti-national to participate in elections and support the democratic process. The truth is that everyone who opposes the BJP’s ideology labels it “corrupt and anti-national”. .” read.
Ms Mufti also agreed. “It is also anti-national now to hold elections in an alliance. BJP can sew many alliances out of their longing for power, but somehow we are undermining national interests with a united front,” another of her three tweets said. Has been read.
Accusing the BJP of using “old tactics of dividing India,” she said, “The jihad of love, tukde tukde, now the Gupkar Gang dominates political discourse instead of increasing unemployment and inflation.”
Over the years, Mehbooba Mufti’s People’s Democratic Party and the National Assembly firmly held the Kashmir Valley. BJP had a strong presence only in Jammu.
Elections have not been held in Jammu and Kashmir since the BJP ended its alliance with Ms Mufti’s PDP in June 2018, which greatly confuses political parties in the state.
Although there were expectations that the elections would be held last year as general elections, the Election Commission rejected them, citing issues of state law and order under the governor’s rule.
In August, the center abolished the special status of the state, which was conferred under the constitution, and divided it into two federal territories. Hundreds of political leaders across Jammu and Kashmir have been detained as one of the precautions taken to prevent backlash.
Omar Abdullah and his father Farouk Abdullah were released ahead of blockade. Mehbooba Mufti was released last month.
The “People’s Alliance for the Gupkar Declaration” was later formed to fight for the restoration of Article 370 and the resolution of Kashmir. The alliance has now decided to challenge the election.
Earlier today, union minister Amit Shah was attacked by political parties and parliaments in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The Parliament and the Gupkar Gang want J&K back to an era of terror and chaos. They want to take away the rights of the Dalits, women and tribes we have guaranteed by removing Section 370. This is why they are denied. People are everywhere.”