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Gupkar gang facing existential crisis in J&K: Anurag

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REASI: “The Gupkar Gang is facing an existential crisis in J&K and their politics of hate and harbouring separatists is over,” said Anurag Thakur, in-charge of Jammu and Kashmir DDC elections, while addressing an election rally here on Saturday.
“The frustration of the Gupkar Gang is at their peak,” he added.
During the Khanikot, Kodi, Salal (Reasi) rallies, Anurag Thakur was accompanied by BJP state secretary Arvind Gupta and other BJP leaders.
Union Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Thakur said, “The era of darkness and divisiveness will end; the results on 22nd December will usher in an era of engagement, entrepreneurship and resurgence of enterprise in this heavenly region.”
“Previously we have seen how they discouraged citizens from participating in the electoral process. They created an atmosphere of fear. The voting percentage was barely 3-5% and today the Kashmir region gets 35-40 % voter turnout.
he said and added, “This is because people are fed up and reposing their faith PM Narendra Modi’s politics of hope and development for J&K.”
Thakur said, “In a democracy every citizen and every party has a right to contest elections. The Gupkar Gang is disconnected from ground realities should look beyond their palatial estates to see the winds of change in J&K. Their attempts to bully, attack and disrupt the democratic process have met with stiff opposition from the common people of J&K, who want to oust the Gupkar Gang once and for all.”
He further said, “We will bring employment and entrepreneurship to the youth, we will bring investment and innovation for businesses and we will propel local produce of farmers and artisans to the global level so that the region reaps economic benefits. BJP believes in the politics of development for all, decisive action and democracy.”

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