Modi believes in divisive politics: Mir

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 4/13/2019 12:36:24 PM

Hits out at PDP for playing with emotions of people

SRINAGAR, Apr 12: Maintaining that secular fabric in India was in great danger under BJP government led by prime minister Narendra Modi, PCC president and Congress candidate for Anantnag parliamentary constituency G A Mir s said t the ensuing parliamentary elections were the best opportunity for the people to defeat the communal agenda of BJP and RSS.
Mir also reiterated his appeal to people to rise to the occasion and vote for Congress Party, as that, the victory of Congress is victory of secularism, unity and harmony.
He was addressing an election rally at Khanabal Anantnag. Mir emphasized the people the defeat of BJP in the ensuing elections will go a long way in restoring confidence among the minorities in the country, as that, centre under Modi has alienated the minorities and other weaker sections living in the country on caste and religion basis.
“BJP would go to any extent to divide people to remain in power, but the time has changed, people have realized the anti-minority polices of Narinder Modi and will vote against the saffron party in these elections,” Mir said.
PCC chief stated that Congress under Rahul Gandhi will win the elections with a thumping majority, for the fact, it (Congress) was the only unifying force, shall continue to strengthen the bonds of unity, harmony and brotherhood in the country and state.
“Modi believes in divisive politics, besides dividing communities for electoral gains. But the Congress party and people of the country will jointly defeat the nefarious designs of BJP RSS to ensure that secular fabric and unity in the country was not harmed,” Mir said.
He also reminded people of three and half years misrule and mis-governance of PDP- BJP unholy alliance in which hundreds of innocent people were killed especially in south Kashmir and even pellets were showered on children and elderly persons. “What was their fault. Their only fault was they voted for PDP in 2014,” Mir said.



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