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Do you support the ‘anti-national stance’ of Abdullahs and Mufti, BJP asks Cong | India News


NEW DELHI: The BJP attacked Congress on Monday for siding with parties such as the National Conference and the PDP, which have been campaigning for the revitalization of Article 370 and had expressed their desire to seek Chinese support and international intervention for the solution of the Kashmir problem.
Two days after Congress announced that it had joined PDP and NC for the upcoming district development council elections, BJP denounced Congress twice within five hours. “I want to ask Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, do they want the restoration of Article 370? Please tell the nation categorically and clearly, does Congress support repeal of the pro persona laws? ” Justice minister Ravi Shankar Prasad he asked at a press conference, attacking the People’s Alliance for the Gupkar Declaration, a conglomerate of various J&K parties whose demands have garnered some support from Congress. The signatories of the Gupkar Declaration have called on the international community to take note of the situation in the Valley.
Prasad highlighted the “anti-national” position of NC member Farooq Abdullah in seeking China’s support for the restoration of Article 370, and PDP’s Mehbooba Mufti promise not to fly the tricolor unless allowed to unfurl the flag that J&K used to have before the extinction of his special. state.
Prasad took to the field a few hours after BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra lashed out at Congress for demanding the restoration of the article.
370. Prasad said that the full restoration of Article 370 would also mean rolling back the progressive and pro-poor laws that have spread to UT.
He said earlier, the women of J&K would lose their property rights if they married abroad, and he listed a large number of laws that could not be applied in J&K because of Article 370. The alliance of about 10 regional parties has demanded the restoration of Article 370, a demand supported by some high-level congressmen.

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