Religious polarization and hatred is the foundation of BJP: Omar Abdullah
Srinagar / News Agency
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah said that religious polarization and hatred were the basis of the BJP's ideology and its election program.
While claiming that after coming to power of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, every one is being politicized to appease anyone. Only those who say 'Abba Jaan' get all the rations. Abdullah reacted sharply to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's this statement. He also accused the BJP of perpetuating anti-Muslim hatred.
Abdullah has strongly criticized this on social media. A BJP chief minister is dreaming of becoming the chief minister again and for that he is claiming that Muslims have slashed the distribution ration of Hindus. It is clear from this that religious strife and hatred of other religions is the BJP's program to fight and win the elections, said Abdullah. He also mentioned that the BJP's goal is to make millions of Muslims.