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Muftis, Abdullahs have robbed and deceived people of J&K in last 70 years: Tarun Chugh

SRINAGAR: The BJP national general secretary Tarun Chugh on Monday said that people of J&K have now completely given up the two families of Abdullahs and Muftis for having looted them and misleading them in the last many years.

Chugh, who flagged off the first-ever Tiranga rally to Kargil from Lal Chowk, said that Muftis and Abdullahs have ruined Jammu and Kashmir and are still trying to ruin it which they will never allow.

“The people here have understood that these people are robbing us”, he said and added that In the bike rally thousands of youth participated in making Narendra Modi’s dreams a success. Youth from every part of Kashmir also participated, which will culminate on July 26 at Kargil War Memorial marking the Vijay Diwas,” he said.

He added that in the last 70 years, Kashmir was not progressing because of these two families and now people are realizing that they have been robbed by these two families. “Mehbooba Mufti had said that after the abrogation of 370, there will be no one to raise the tricolor. I want to ask her, to come to Lal Chowk and see how many youths have raised the tricolor,” he said.

He also said that these two families have come together to ruin Kashmir further, but BJP will never let that happen and the bike rally is proof of peace and order in Kashmir.  Notably, All India Youth BJP presidents, General Secretaries, and BJP JK general secretary and in charge of J&K affairs Sunil Sharma along with Altaf Thakur, Manzoor Bhat, Arif Raja, and Er Ajaz Hussain with other members also attended the event.


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