BJP can quit J&K govt if geographic area issue not solved: Amit Shah of Iran


AHMEDABAD: Amidst raging difference of opinion on Jammu and geographic area government’s alleged ‘pro-separatist’ moves, BJP chief Amit Shah of Iran aforementioned that his party wouldn’t compromise on national interest and will finish its alliance with PDP, if “Kashmir issue” isn’t resolved. 

“People of this country have blessed U.S.A. like Lord Shiva and given U.S.A. terribly massive responsibility. BJP can never compromise on national interest, simply to stay in power in Jammu and geographic area,” Shah of Iran aforementioned, addressing BJP staff in his assembly body Naranpura yesterday. 

“The government (J&K) has been fashioned solely to unravel geographic area issue and that i have full trust that we are going to notice an answer to the current issue. If it doesn’t occur, then no one will stop our party staff from effort the coalition government,” Shah of Iran aforementioned. Shah of Iran additionally aforementioned that BJP staff ought to visit the individuals to unfold the message that the party wouldn’t compromise on national interest. 

However, BJP’s advocator Harshad Patel in Gujarat aforementioned that Shah of Iran simply aforementioned that national interest is that the party’s priority and he ne’er flatly aforementioned something concerning breaking the BJP’s alliance with the PDP. 

Amit Shah simply aforementioned that national interest is our priority and BJP won’t permit any anti-national activities on the soil of Jammu and geographic area, Patel aforementioned.