The BJP’s state chief Ravinder Raina on Tuesday reiterated that his party was not seeking the dissolution of legislative assembly, which has been in suspended animation after the state came under Governor’s rule on June 20.
“We are not seeking dissolution of assembly at all, Governor sahib is there and it is his prerogative,”
Denying any role in horse-trading as alleged by former chief minister Omar Abdullah, Raina said that his party was not in touch with anybody outside his party fold.
The senior BJP leader expressed concern over prevailing Kashmir and BJP wants peace and normalcy to valley in minimum possible time. “We are very much concerned and common people must get relief from the prevailing Kashmir situation,” he said and hoped that common people will help the forces to bring normalcy in Kashmir.
He alleged that external forces were fomenting trouble in Kashmir by inciting youth for stone pelting and protests. “They are pushing them to do so,” he said adding that youth must understand the gravity of situation. “They must think about their future.”
BJP president accused the separatist leadership of adding fuel to the fire. “Those adding fuel to the fire and instigating people will be dealt sternly,” he said while seeking an end to what he described as “hartal politics”