SRINAGAR, Aug 2: Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president G A Mir today alleged that BJP was playing dangerous game by communalizing situation for regaining power in the country and the State.
Addressing party workers here today, PCC chief cautioned the Centre Government of any misadventure, saying that provocative measures won’t address any concern, rather it will result in deterioration of situation further, which will certainly be detrimental to peace initiatives.
Mir said BJP would never have assumed power at Centre, had they not used communal card to mislead people for the sake of power, now the people in the entire country have lost faith in BJP realizing that BJP can go to any extent for power, but this time, people will vote against the communal and divisive politics of BJP- RSS.
Referring to the Congress Party’s role in both State and Centre, Mir said only Congress can safeguard the secular fabric of the country by defeating the communal politics of BJP- RSS, for the fact, Congress stands guarantee to pluralistic identity of the Nation.
He cautioned that BJP is playing a dangerous game of dividing people to secure votes, but it is the responsibility of every secular and right-thinking person to defeat this dangerous game of BJP and ensure that secular Identity of the country is not harmed.
Mir also urged upon the party cadres to gear up for the challenges and ensure developmental of people in their respective assembly segments, as that, the previous PDP-BJP regime has discriminated the people in every and preferred nepotism, favouritism and corruption above people urges and aspirations, as a result, there is a great disillusionment among the people.
Former minister Taj Mohi- U- Din, MLA Haji Abdul Rashid and Mohd Anwar Bhat also spoke on the occasion, urging upon the cadres to gear up for the challenges.
The Party delegations briefed the leadership of ground situation in their respective Assembly constituencies, besides the difficulties confronting them in respect of developmental, etc and sought resolution of these.