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Have some ‘shame’ Ravinder Raina, You put J&K on sale: Sunil Dimple – “Kashmir News Trust” (KNT)

Kashmir News Trust [KNT]

Jammu-based ‘Mission Statehood’ leader Sunil Dimple castigated BJP president for Jammu and Kashmir Ravinder Raina for justifying the inclusion of 25 lakh non-local voters saying Raina’s BJP has put Jammu and Kashmir on sale.

In a video message, Sunil Dimple said that he was shocked the way Ravinder Raina has called a meeting to counter the All Party Meeting that has been called to denounce the inclusion of 25 lakh outside voters in Jammu and Kashmir voter list.

“Ravinder Raina, have some shame, you are calling this meeting and Jammu and Kashmir political leaders ‘Than Than-Gopal’ (worthless), but the fact is that you have made the people of J&K ‘Than Than-Gopal’ (worthless),” Dimple as per news agency Kashmir News Trust said.

“National Youth Corps, PHE employees, Health workers, SPOs, MGNREGA people- all are staging protests outside your office on a daily basis. The reality is that you have made them ‘Than Than-Gopal’ (worthless). Your BJP has looted us by annulling our Special Status. You have brought disrepute to the conviction and integrity of Maharaja Hari Singh by abolishing what he gave to the people of Jammu and Kashmir,” Dimple asked Raina.

He challenged Ravinder Raina and other BJP leaders to have an open debate with him so that truth will surface.

Pertinently, the BJP has convened a meeting of its leaders in Jammu on Monday to chalk out a “counter-strategy” against the meeting called by the National Conference over the issue of “inclusion of non-local voters” in the revised electoral rolls in Jammu and Kashmir. (KNT)

Neyaz Elahi

Neyaz Elahi, who switched from Electronic to Print Media is a Kashmir based Accredited Journalist who has written extensively on Kashmir for local, national and international web portals. He is currently associated with Srinagar based News Agency Kashmir News Trust (KNT).

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