Jammu: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah should
be prepared to face public wrath throughout India if he did
not stop making controversial statements like the separatists
over Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP said here on Friday.
"We warn the Chief Minister not to compete with the
secessionists in making disputed statement about the status of
Jammu and Kashmir or he should be ready to face the wrath of
public throughout India," BJP state spokesman Ramesh Arora
told reporters here.
The ruling National Conference and Omar is competing not
only with the PDP but with the separatists also to become
champion of Kashmir-centric approach," he alleged.
Omar had described the yesterday`s attack on Hurriyat
Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq as a "reaction to
their politics and policies", Arora said, adding that the CM
had further made it clear that separatist leaders are bound to
invite public wrath for speaking against India.
"So, Omar will face wrath from the people of India if he
did not take his controversial statement over the accession of
J&K with India back," he said.
The BJP has called for `Jammu Bandh?Chakka Jam` tomorrow
for three hours to mark protest against discriminatory
policies of the state government, anti-national utterances by
the chief minister and its endorsement by Congress-led UPA.
"The recent stand on rehabilitation of surrendered
militants is not acceptable to public. Hence, the BJP has
decided to express its resentment on Saturday by observing
Jammu Chakka Jaam," he said.