Janardan Dwivedi, a senior Congress leader on Monday opposed with his party on the abrogation of Article 370, telling a “historic error” has been corrected by the centre.
Supporting Modi government’s decisions, Dwivedi stated that it is a topic of national relief that a “mistake” made at the point of independence has been corrected.
He defined that his view is personal and not that of his party.
The senior Congress leader who was AICC general secretary for a long time disagrees with the party. He had also greeted demonetisation.
Dwivedi stated the Rajya Sabha moved the bill on Monday and there is no uncertainty that it will be passed by Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
MP Deepender S Hooda, Former Congress wrote on his Twitter that, “My personal view is that there isn’t a need to have Article 370 in the 21st century. The move is not only in the interest of the country but also for the benefit of Jammu and Kashmir, which is an integral part of India. It is the responsibility of the government to implement the move in a peaceful environment.”
In a different setback for the Congress, its Rajya Sabha MP and chief whip, Bhubaneshwar Kalita quit from the group of the House on Monday defending the party’s view on the abrogation of Article 370 and bifurcation of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaih Naidu stated in the House that he has affirmed Kalita’s resignation.
He said in his letter that, “I was asked by the party to issue a whip but this is against the mood of the nation. The party as it is on its way towards destruction and I can’t be a contributor to it.”
Among action from Congress and Trinamool Congress, BJP observed aid in BSP and AamAadmi Party.
Defining the BSP’s call, Satish Mishra stated, “It’s not just Jammu and Kashmir that has minority Muslim community. The Muslims from there can go to other parts of the country and buy property there. But the minority communities from around the country can’t do the same. This is why we have decided to support the Bill.”
The settlement of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who has time and again fought with the Centre over the problem of statehood for the Capital to promote the government’s progress to cancel articles 370 and 35A and bifurcate Jammu and Kashmir didn’t shock many within the AamAadmi Party.Share this to your,