Gupkar Gang’s dream of restoring Art 370 will never come true: Bali
JAMMU, June 11: Claiming that the reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir after proper constituency demarcation is an urgent need of the day, former minister and top BJP leader Bali Bhagat ridiculed the Gupkar Gang to continue living in a madman’s paradise as his dream to get the restoration of section 370 in J&K will not be respected at least in the current century.
In a statement released in response to the latest Gupkar Gang meeting, Bali Bhagat lambasted constituent members, especially those who ruled the former state of Jammu and Kashmir until a few years ago for being abruptly taken out. of a deep sleep of more than seven months to rekindle the unrest in the valley in the name of the “Restoration of article 370”. He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Interior Minister Amit Shah deserve full credit for this great measure to repeal Articles 370 and 35-A in the interest of integration and well-being of the nation in addition to giving a big step back to the separatists as well as their patrons in political circles.
Bali Bhagat said that when in power, these Gupkar gang leaders deprived the Gujjar-Bakerwals, Paharis, people living along the international border, POJK and West Pak refugees and other marginalized sections of the company of all bona fide rights during their 70 year reign in the former state of J&K. In addition, they remained supporters of Jammu and Ladakh and the inhabitants of these two territories suffered during their seventy years of rule because of their discriminatory approach, he added.
The former minister said the repeal of Section 370 was the main demand from the people of J&K which was overdue and that the BJP had responded to this long-standing demand from the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Bhagat called on the people of Jammu and Kashmir to remain vigilant against the nefarious designs of the PAGD which is working 24/7 to create a wedge between different sections of society based on religious lines like these former CMs and their parties had done so for about seventy years of their reign in the former state of Jammu and Kashmir.