PTI(PTI): The state (j &K) unit of CPI (M) on Monday accused the ‘sangh parivar’ of trying to divide the society by spreading hatred.
“The Sangh parivar is trying to divide the society in the name of religion by raising the issues of hate which is bound to have a negative impact on the unity of the nation,” CPI (M) leader and MLA M Y Tarigami said.
Tarigami said the people of the country were “dismayed” over the performance of the Narendra Modi government at the Centre.
“The people of the country are dismayed over the performance of the Modi government in last nine months as nothing on ground has changed despite getting votes on the slogan ‘good days are to come’,” he said.
Tarigami alleged that people continue to face unemployment, price rise and shortage of essential commodities, power cuts, retardation in industrial growth and lack of facilities in agriculture sector. He said the restoration of Article 370 to its original position was of paramount importance for the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
“Restoration of Article 370 to its original position with regional and sub-regional autonomy within that frame work is of paramount importance and in the best interest of the people of J-K which will lead to the unity in three distinct regions of the state,” he said.