BJP-PDP alliance ends: Who said what

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New Delhi, June 19: Soon after the Bharatiya Janata Party snapped the alliance in Jammu and Kashmir with Mehbooba Mufti-led Peoples Democratic Party on Tuesday, the reactions have started pouring in.

BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav made the announcement, saying it has become untenable for the saffron party to continue in the alliance in Jammu and Kashmir.

The differences between the BJP and the PDP reportedly erupted after the governments’ decision to resume anti-terror operations in the state, which were suspended during Ramzan.

The current composition of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, which has 89 seats: PDP- 28, BJP- 25, NC-15, INC-12, J&K people’s conference-2, CPI-1, others-4.

Check below who said what !

Ghulam Nabi Azad, Congress: Whatever has happened is good. People of J&K will get some relief. They (BJP) ruined Kashmir and have now pulled out, maximum number of civilian and army men died during these 3 years. That question does not arise (on forming alliance with PDP).

Kapil Sibal, Congress: An opportunistic BJP First an opportunistic alliance with PDP Now an opportunistic breakaway Both acts of political immorality Kaise Desh badlega ?

Rafi Ahmad Mir, PDP: We tried our best to run the govt with BJP. This had to happen. This is a surprise for us because we did not have any indication about their decision.

Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena: This alliance was anti-national and unnatural. Our party chief had said, this alliance won’t work out. Had they continued with it they would have had to answer in 2019 Lok Sabha election.

Arvind Kejriwal, AAP: After ruining it, BJP pulls out of Kashmir.

Omar Abdullah, National Conference: And so it has come to pass……..


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