Gupkar Alliance should apologise for looting people: Vibodh
Jan 21, 2021
RAJOURI: Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) senior leader and its J&K general secretary, Vibodh Gupta has predicted that the Gupkar Gang will completely collapse in the upcoming days and said that the beginning has been marked with the exit of Peoples Conference (PC) from the opportunist alliance.
While addressing a public gathering at Durga Nagar in Rajouri, here Vibodh said," In my various public gatherings during DDC polls in the Valley, I strongly asserted that the opportunist Gupkar Gang will certainly disintegrate after the election results as it was founded on selfish grounds''. The proposed alliance of the opposition was leaderless, had no clear policy and its intentions were corrupt. The decline of anti-nationalist, misleading and divisive politics is certain in J&K, " he added.
Vibodh strongly asserted that PAGD was nothing but the compulsion of opposition and a vindication of the BJP-led Government's success. He maintained that people are happy with the policies and schemes of PM Narendra Modi which is also visible from the landslide victories of BJP across the country and the growing frustration in the opposition camps. The Gupkar Gang has failed to deliver when they were in power and now in their present role as opposition also, he added.
BJP district president, Rajinder Gupta also spoke on the various achievements of party and PM Narendra Modi. He said that National Conference and PDP in their Governments only befooled people and made false promises. In their role as opposition they continued to mislead people on various important issues which are linked to national security.
Gupta maintained that people have realized the true face of Gupkar gang leaders and have vowed to vote against them. He said that the historic victory of BJP in District Development Committee (DDC) election reveals that people have expressed their faith in the top leadership of BJP.
Prominent people present on the occasion were Jasbir Singh, Kuldeep Kumar, Hemakant, Mela Ram, Vikram Singh and Jimy Sudan.