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PAGD fooled people, was destined for split: Sethi

JAMMU: The splitting of People Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) was destined the day it was formed as the alliance never had welfare of public as the Centre focus, BJP vice president, J&K, Yudhvir Sethi said, adding that Sajjad Lone was only the first alliance partner to leave and many others would follow.

"The PAGD was an alliance of individuals formed to counter BJP in the DDC elections. Their lies of coming together for public of J&K are exposed with Lone's People's Conference leaving it. Now their motives are achieved and elections are over, they don't care about public," Sethi said while addressing a meeting of BJP East Mandal unit here.

"As could be made out by the letter written by Lone, only the National Conference and the PDP had a say in fielding candidates. The PAGD deceived people for sake of power. They had zero consideration for public welfare. Their agenda was based on their personal motives to stop BJP in all their might," said Sethi, adding the BJP had already cautioned people about the ill designs of the group and its proxies."

Sethi said that time and again the BJP has proved to be the only binding, trusted political force in Jammu and Kashmir and people have been rewarding the party for this.

"In the DDC elections, the BJP won the maximum share and emerged as the single largest party. People across the regions have trusted us and we will fulfil all the promises that the party made during elections and will not deceive people like PAGD leaders," he added.

Earlier, in the meeting of Bharatiya Janata Party's Mandal unit of Jammu East, Sethi exhorted the workers to make people aware of the Central flagship scheme launched by the Narendra Modi Government.

The BJP East Mandal unit vowed to carry-forward the Mantra of ‘Good-Governance' and will take all the flagship schemes launched by the Modi Government at grass roots level.



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