J-K Eviction Drive: People wanted employment, got bulldozer instead, says Rahul Gandhi

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SRINAGAR — Member of Parliament and former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has said people of Jammu and Kashmir wanted employment, better business and love but instead they got bulldozer from the ruling Bhartiya Janata Party.

In a tweet in Hindi, Gandhi said the land, which people of Jammu and Kashmir had been working on and toiling hard for many decades, is being snatched from them. He said peace and Kashmiriyat will be protected by unity, not by bulldozers and dividing the people.

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“Jammu and Kashmir wanted employment, better business and love, but what did they get? Bulldozer of BJP! The land, which the people there irrigated with hard work for many decades, is being snatched from them. Peace and Kashmiriyat will be protected by uniting, not by dividing and dividing people,” he tweeted.

Notably, Jammu and Kashmir Government has launched an anti-encroachment drive to retrieve ‘illegally occupied state’ and Kahcharai land.

The move, however, has evoked strong criticism and resentment from local political parties, stating the eviction drive is selective and aimed to snatch land and shelter from the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

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