Expressing displeasure over PDP President Mehbooba Mufti’s recent statement about ending Article 370, Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on Monday said that if the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir does not like India and its laws, they should go to Pakistan family needed.
Addressing a gathering for the by-election in Kurali village in Vadodara, Patel said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah brought Citizenship Amendment Act to protect the country and they abolished the provisions of Article 370.
He said, “Mehbooba has been giving unrestrained statements for the last two days. They should buy air tickets and move to Karachi with their family. It will be fine for everyone. “He said,” If he wishes, the people of Karjan taluka will send him money to buy air tickets. “
Patel said, “Who does not like India or does not like the abolition of government-made CAA such as law or Article 370?” They should go to Pakistan.
The BJP organized a program of lighting the lamp in Jammu on Monday evening to protest against the complete merger of Jammu Kashmir with India and the objectionable words uttered by PDP President Mehbooba Mufti for the tricolor flag. On this occasion, BJP state president Ravindra Raina made a scathing attack on the PDP.
On Monday, throughout the day, the BJP called for a complete merger of Jammu and Kashmir with India and the tricolor flag of PDP President Mehbooba Mufti, organized several programs to protest against the objectionable words. After the tricolor rally, the BJP organized a program of lighting the lamp in many areas including Jammu city on Monday evening.
On Monday, while the BJP took out a tricolor rally in Jammu against the derogatory words uttered to PDP President Mehbooba Mufti’s tricolor flag, three party leaders resigned from the party, angry with these statements of Mehbooba.
After separating from the party, these leaders launched several sharp attacks against Mehbooba Mufti. On Monday, while on one side there was a protest against the objectionable words uttered by the PDP President Mehbooba Mufti in Jammu, on the one hand, the PDP had to pay a heavy price for these statements of Mehbooba.