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Modi govt needs no advice from Farooq over talks with Pak: Ex Dy CM Kavinder

The Times of India logo The Times of India 17-10-2021 Sanjay Khajuria
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JAMMU: Senior BJP leader and former deputy chief minister Kavinder Gupta on Sunday slammed Dr Farooq Abdullah for advocating dialogue with Pakistan and said that BJP government led by PM Narendra Modi knows well how to deal with rogue nation Pakistan and needs no advice from Farooq or anybody else.

In a statement issued here today, the BJP leader stated the government should find out the ulterior motives behind NC Patron’s love for Pakistan because otherwise there is no point in starting talks with a country which is pushing in terrorists and arms and ammunition towards this side to dent the interests of the country.

"NC leader seems to be more interested in satiating the aspirations of Pakistani leadership than thinking about the pain and agony of those who are victims of rogue nation’s state policy of abetting terrorism in India," he said.

Former deputy chief minister of erstwhile J&K State Gupta said that the BJP Government led by PM Narendra Modi knows well how to deal with rogue nation Pakistan and needs no advice from Farooq or anybody else.

Kavinder also urged the government to find out the secret of Dr Farooq’s affinity towards the rogue nation as no other entity in the country is showing such a kinship which the NC leader has been showing since the government under PM Narendra Modi has decided to end talks with the country's western neighbour.

Meanwhile, Kavinder expressed extreme sorrow and grief over the martyrdom of nine soldiers in the ongoing encounter in Poonch District’s Mendhar.

He said that the nation will never forget the supreme sacrifice of the soldiers who laid their life for the well being of the countrymen.

Gupta also urged the government to take a harder stance in the whole gamut and teach Pakistan and its stooges a lesson of life so that no one from that side could dare to enter the borders of the country.

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