Prakash Javadekar says whole nation hailed the federal government’s transfer to revoke Article 370. (File)

New Delhi:

A day after the Congress pitched for restoration of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP at the moment challenged it to say so in its manifesto for the Bihar meeting polls and accused it of talking the language of “separatists”.

Senior BJP chief and Union minister Prakash Javadekar accused the Congress of practising the politics of “dividing society” for gathering votes forward of the Bihar polls, which start from October 28, and asserted that folks have supported the federal government’s transfer on Jammu and Kashmir.

“Individuals have seen how a lot progress has occurred in Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh. Nonetheless, the Congress is singing the tune of no matter few separatists are there. The Congress has develop into a slender occasion and that’s the reason it’s taking stand towards the emotions of individuals within the nation,” he stated.

No matter be the difficulty, the Congress praises Pakistan and China, he alleged whereas taking a swipe at Rahul Gandhi.

The complete nation has hailed the federal government’s transfer to revoke Article 370, he stated.

Congress chief P Chidambaram stated on Friday that his occasion resolutely stands for restoration of the standing and rights of the folks of Jammu and Kashmir, and that the “arbitrary and unconstitutional” choices of the Modi authorities of August 5, 2019 should be rescinded.

The federal government final yr nullified Article 370, which had given particular rights to the area, and divided the state into two union territories.

BJP president JP Nadda additionally attacked the Congress for its stand and tweeted Friday evening: “Since Congress has no good governance agenda to speak about, they’re again to their ‘Divide India’ soiled tips earlier than Bihar elections. Shri Rahul Gandhi praises Pakistan and Shri Chidambaram says Congress needs Article 370 to return! Shameful!”

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