Opposition dares BJP to abrogate Art 370, face consequences

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Srinagar, Mar 28: Reacting over the statement about Article 370 made by State Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the opposition mainstream political parties on Wednesday said that let BJP abrogate Article 370 if they have guts to face its consequences.
The opposition also said that the BJP cannot abrogate the Article 370 even if it has the full majority in the Parliament.
Senior National Conference leader Ali Mohammad Sagar on Wednesday said that the Government of India is befooling people with realizing that the people of Kashmir are very mature and wise.
“BJP has been repeatedly saying that they will abrogate Article 370 and if they have guts, they should and face the consequences,” says Sagar.
He adds that it was high time for the present regime to win the hearts of people, but they are repeatedly making controversial statements.
“It is high time for the government of India to talk to all the stakeholders. They should first talk to those (Hurriyat) who are very upset with India and then they should talk to those boys who are picking up arms and later should talk to mainstream politicians,” Sagar Said.
Pertinently, BJP General Secretary (Organization) Ashok Koul on Wednesday had said that the Article 370 will be abrogated. “The statement by the minister in parliament is for the time being only and for the larger interest. Abrogation of Article 370 is one of the basic goals of our party,” he had stated.
Talking to a news agency, Chairman PDF and MLA Khansahib Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen said that they are betraying people and their agenda is to abrogate Article 370.
He adds that if the BJP will abrogate it, they will have to face its consequences.
When contacted BJP General Secretary (Organization) Ashok Koul, he said that they have been saying since the beginning that they will abrogate Article 370.
“We are focusing on the current situation and are determined to improve the situation and will then abrogate Article 370,” Koul said.
He adds that the Article should be debated without any bias and people should know its merits and demerits.
“Once people will realize its abrogation has all the merits, they will then automatically want it to be abrogated. (KNS)