Rahul Gandhi following diktat of anti-national, pro-Pakistan PAGD in Kashmir: Rana
Post by RK News on Saturday, January 28, 2023
Billawar, Jan 27: Invoking conscience of the Jammu and Kashmir based Congress leaders and workers over Rahul Gandhi following diktat of anti-national and pro-Pakistan Peoples’ Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD), Senior BJP leader Devender Singh Rana Friday regretted that were they allowing themselves to get tagged to a sectarian, separatist and communal amalgam.
“How can the J&K Congress leaders rally behind a leader who plays second fiddle to the PAGD, which took no time in pleading for dialogue with Pakistan after the recent carnage and mayhem in Rajouri”, Rana said while talking to reporters at the sidelines of a private function in Jammu.
He said the PAGD is working on the directions of Pakistan and therefore it is astonishing for the 137 year old Congress to follow the diktat of the three year old divisive alliance.
Rana said the former Congress President owes an unconditional apology to the nation for the shocking and brazen comments of three times chief minister, a union minister and senior leader Digvijaya Singh over the Balakote surgical strike and Pulwama attack, adding mere maintaining distance is not enough as the anti-national remarks are too sweeping and demoralizing for the country’s brave and valiant armed forces.
He said Digvijay has been aligned to the yatra from day one and his criticism of the army, which is a steel frame for the integrity and sovereignty of the nation, is disgusting and shameful.
The BJP leader also sought apology from Rahul Gandhi for the Congress being responsible for the mess in Kashmir. “The Congress remained mute to the unleashing of terror, destruction and devastation for decades and the hounding out of Kashmiri Pandits from their homes and hearths because of the grand old party’s inherent contradictions and policy of appeasement”. The Congress has been solely responsible for the division of India and weakening of the country, he added.
He said the Congress must understand that India is changing under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. An unprecedented era of progress and development is going on and the day is not far when India will emerge as Vishwaguru, he added.