J&K BJP president Ravinder Raina has said it will oppose talks with Pakistan and restoration of Article 370 during the all party meeting with PM Narendra Modi.
The sharp gap in assessments of ideological groups in Jammu and Kashmir has gone to the front in front of the all party meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday with the J&K Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Ravinder Raina passionately contradicting People's Democratic Party's (PDP) idea to draw in Pakistan in talks.
“Talks with Pakistan are not possible. Guns and talks can’t go together. Pakistan is training and pushing terrorists into J&K for causing bloodshed, and operating terror camps in PoK (Pakistan occupied Kashmir). In the past 35 years, Pakistan has caused bloodshed in J&K. Therefore, the question of holding talks with Pakistan doesn’t arise at all,” Raina said on Wednesday afternoon before leaving for Delhi to take part in the all party meeting on Jammu and Kashmir.
14 pioneers, including some ex-boss clergymen of Jammu and Kashmir, have been welcome to go to the principal such gathering between the Center and standard gatherings from the area after the annulment of Article 370 and 35(A) and the bifurcation of the past state into two association domains in August 2019.
Source: Hindustan Times
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