While speaking on issues ranging from jobs in J&K to restoration of Article 370 to the current US Presidential elections results, former Chief Minister of erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti launched an attack on BJP on Monday.
On Monday, she was speaking to the media after attending a meeting of various delegates of communities in Jammu. While speaking to the press, the former alliance partner of the BJP said that look at what happened in the US. Trump has gone from the office. So, will the BJP.
Commenting on the Bihar elections, People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Chief Mehbooba Mufti applauded Tejaswi Yadav, the RJD chief and CM face of Mahagathbandhan in Bihar elections. She said that Tejaswi had set the right narrative in the election.
Mufti also reacted to the Central government’s decision to permit all the India nationals to buy land in Jammu and Kashmir. She said that our resources are on sale. What about Pandits? The BJP has made many big promises to them. The J&K has been put on sale by the BJP. Outsiders are being invited.
Mehbooba Mufti also raised the issue of jobs in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. She said that the youth is jobless. Other than to pick up arms, the youngsters don’t have any other options. As a result, terror recruitment has increased. People from other states are getting jobs in the J&K. She also advised the government to pursue Atal Bihari Vajpayee doctrine. The youth are feeling disenchanted, she said.
On the issue of ceasefire violations on the Line of Control (LOC), Mehbooba said that thousands of our people have sacrificed for the nation. Jammu and Kashmir should become a bridge of peace between India and Pakistan.
She also reacted negatively to the issue of abrogation of Article 370. She said that the Article 370 is not linked to any religion whether it is Hindu or Muslim. This article was enacted to protect the identity of J&K. Now, people are worried about their future. By abrogating Article 370, the Central government has desecrated Baba Saheb Ambedkar’s constitution.