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No truth about statehood, creating new divisions, some elements behind spreading rumours: BJP

SRINAGAR, June 10: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Kashmir Unit on Thursday said that the Central government’s every decision or step will be right for the people of Kashmir and rejected the rumours about the statehood for Jammu, divisions in Valley or  any other further change.

In a statement issued here, Party Kashmir Media Incharge and youth leader Manzoor Bhat said every step from the central leadership will be right for the people.

“However, there is no truth about statehood to Jammu, creating divisions, or any other change in J&K. The recent meetings held by the Center and UT leadership were a routine process to review things in the newly created UT regarding political killings, Covid19 vaccination, and security review,” he said.

Bhat urged people need not pay heed to rumours. Some anti-national elements are behind spreading these rumours and they had already deceived people during the past 70 years and now they want bloodshed, killings and strikes.

“We have full faith in a central leadership that the aspirations of people will always be respected. It is time to move forward with the mission of naya Kashmir for development and peace. No step will be taken without the people’s involvement, ” he said.

Bhat said some people who were misleading masses on the name of autonomy and Pakistan, they had accepted their shops of bloodshed and killings have stopped working and now they are spreading rumours.

“Now they have behind the power and people rejected their politics at every level’” he said. Regarding issuing of tax notices served by Badami Bagh Cantonment Board (BBCB), an autonomous body under the Ministry of Defense to people in Srinagar areas, Bhat said the prevailing situation is not conducive for collecting property taxes.

“From the past two years, the financial condition of people is not good, such steps will further create panic in the middle of covid crisis. We appeal to the Defense Ministry to stop issuing such notices to people in the middle of a pandemic situation improves and people will pay it,”  Bhat said.

He said even scores of people from Sonwar, Indra Nagar, Batwara, and Shivopora expressed dismay over issuing of these notices to them and our party had assured every possible support to them

 

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