STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: With abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A, BJP rendered people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh, especially youth into identity-crisis. “Maharaja’s State of Jammu and Kashmir will now become a Delhi, where it is very difficult to locate basic inhabitant of Delhi, old culture and civilization. The abrogation of aforesaid articles has opened flood gates for outsiders,” said Ajay Sadhotra, senior leader J&K National Conference and former Minister, in a statement issued here on Saturday. Sadhotra further said that BJP has pushed its agenda without going for any legal measures to provide necessary protection to identity of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh thereby ignoring interests, genuine urges and aspirations of people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh regions. He further added that coming generations will certainly curse the leadership of the time, who rendered them into an identity-crisis. Sadhotra added that our country is unique with unity in diversity and every part of the country has its own identity, culture and civilisation. “Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh State was like mini-India. Every section of society in the country always struggled to preserve its identity and culture. But BJP, just to complete its ‘Agenda of Abrogation of Article 370 of Indian Constitution’ rendered the State of Jammu and Kashmir into identity-crisis without taking any legal course of action to protect identity, culture and civilisation of the State, though framers of the constitution have ensured to safeguard identity of every region of the country,” he said. He appealed to people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh for getting united to fight for legal protection of identity of all the three regions and further urged people, especially youth, to keep cool, calm and maintain communal brotherhood at all costs.
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