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INDI Alliance fragmentation to be felt in J&K soon: Devender Singh Rana

12:55 AM Feb 01, 2024 IST | GK NEWS SERVICE
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Reasi, Jan 31: Senior BJP leader Devender Singh Rana today predicted that rumblings of INDI Alliance fragmentation at the national level will be felt in its Jammu and Kashmir camp soon, as the allies have come together just due to hate-Modi syndrome and their lust for power, which they believe as matter of right for dynasties.

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He added that for the BJP it is the nation first and for these opportunists it is the self and family first and so are destined to fall apart soon.

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According to a press release, he was speaking at Shakti Vandan Workshop at BJP Headquarters, Reasi, Rana said the traditional arch rivals have joined hands following humiliating rejection by the people for pursuing opportunistic politics and indulging in nepotism and favouritism.

“Like INDI Alliance’s now faltered convergence despite ideological divergence, the J&K allies too are destined to break and fail, given the indifference of people towards their reactionary tendencies that put Kashmir on the boil ,” Rana said. He added that the politically sagacious citizens of Jammu and Kashmir still remember how National Conference used to fondly refer its now partners as “worms of gutter.” What a travesty of compulsion, frustration and dejection that those using choicest invectives against each other over the years were now indulging in worse type of opportunism to seek some sort of relevance and acceptability in the local politics, he observed.

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Devender Rana said that as the INDI Alliance partners were struggling to remain together across the country after its founder Nitish Kumar dumped the conglomerate, the Jammu and Kashmir allies too are poised to shatter on the face of indifference of the people, who have developed stakes in peace for continuity of development besides tourism and economic activities. The actors who instigated unrest, encouraged stone-pelting and enforced hartal culture in the Valley for furthering their political agendas bringing misery to the people stand exposed and rejected. The people also know the difference registered during the past four years with peace delivering dividends in terms of humming businesses and economic activities without obstacles of uncertainty, he added.

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