BJP played ‘polarisation’ card to seek votes, alleges Lal Singh

Jammu, May 23: Dogra Swabhiman Sanghthan head Choudhary Lal Singh on Thursday alleged that BJP played “polarisation” card to seek votes in 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
“I am sorry to say that BJP not only in Jammu and Kashmir but in entire country, played “polarisation” card in parliamentary polls to get votes,” Mr Singh told reporters at the counting centre in Kathua.
Singh is contesting on Jammu-Poonch and Kathua-Udhampur Lok Sabha seats.
He said, “I feel proud that the votes cast in my favour were not polarised and were not based on caste or religion,” he said, adding, “the votes were cast to Dogra Swabhiman Sanghthan irrespective of caste, colour, creed and religion.”
“People voted to us by heart,” he added.
Singh also alleged that Pulwama attack was also encashed by the BJP to get votes, adding, “they held elections before by one month soon and beat the drum of air strikes to revenge Pulwama attack for votes.”