NC won’t allow divisive politics of PDP, BJP to flourish: Rana
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Nagrota Feb7: Chief Minister’s Political Advisor Devender Singh Rana on Tuesday said that National Conference would not allow the divisive politics of PDP and communal traits of BJP to flourish in Jammu and Kashmir.
‘We represent pluralistic ethos, cultural diversity and communal harmony’, Rana said while addressing a gathering after the inauguration of the party office at Sher-e-Kashmir Colony in Panchayat Khanpur of Nagrota assembly constituency here.
Rana called upon the people to isolate the divisive and communal forces and stand like a rock against their designs to divide various sections of the society in the name of regions or religion.
“Everyone of us should work for strengthening secular traits and brotherhood which National Conference has nurtured since ages in Jammu & Kashmir”, he said.
Rana said that PDP had “lost its ground” as people have understood it’s “falsehood and double speak” aimed at grabbing power. He said that PDP is frustrated by the growing popularity of National Conference – Congress coalition government under the leadership of Omar Abdullah and is indulging in false propaganda and raising hollow slogans to fool and misguide the people.
Political Advisor said the downward dip in the political standing of PDP and mass exodus of workers from this (PDP) party has further frustrated its leadership. Rana said that the day is not far away when the PDP will become irrelevant in the peaceful and developed Jammu and Kashmir.
Criticizing the BJP for wedging apart the society in the name of region and religion. Rana said that there are now no takers for such politics especially under the present scenario of awareness, education and accelerated development.
Rana said politics of hatred and regional bias has no legs to stand upon. He cautioned the people of the nefarious designs of the PDP and BJP aimed at dividing the society in the name of region, religion, creed and caste.
Speaking to the gathering Muhammad Amin who joined the National Conference after resigning from the PDP said that PDP is a party which has compromised the interests of the people of the state for their petty political and personal gains. “I was misguided and left the National Conference some years back and joined the PDP with the hope that this party (PDP) will work for the welfare and development of the people of the area, but I was wrong. They (PDP) have always betrayed the interest of the people for their petty political gains and make false promises to hoodwink people, he said adding that now it is home coming.
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