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Shah Faesal may have got money from Pakistan, loses right path: Kavinder Gupta

Wahid Bhat

SRINAGAR, JAN 14 : Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and former Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Kavinder Gupta said that by the ideology Shah Faesal it seems that he may got some offer from Pakistan.

While speaking to News agency Kavinder Gupta said, “Every person must think in positive way and Shah Faesal can do much better in government than resigning from the Job

He said that if he really want to do something for the people of Jammu and Kashmir, he should resume his work and try to shows his best.

He added that the way Shah Faesal chooses his new path is not good. “Youth of India treat him as an icon and he should remain an icon”, he said.

Gupta added that Shah Faesal is trying to became the “Masiha” of the Militants.

He further added, “The father of Shah Faesal was killed by “militants” now he is supporting same militants in Kashmir.  “The reason should be find out that why Shah Faesal is doing all this”. Gupta added.

He added, “Such people get some money from Pakistan and trying to divide the mind of people to create problems in Kashmir”.  Gupta added that the Hurriyat is also involved in Pakistan sponsored games for their own benefit”.

“The way Shah Faesal thinks proves that he may have got some offer from Pakistan”, Gupta said.

Gupta further added the youth of Kashmir is thinking about their future as the situation of Kashmir is not good that is why they are studying outside Kashmir. “BJP is trying to make peace possible in Kashmir”. (PTK)

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