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BJP may call mid-term polls in states after PoK strikes: Kamat

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leader Gurudas Kamat has said the may try to milk political advantage out of the Army's surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir by calling for mid-term polls in multiple states, and asked party workers here to be prepared for all eventualities.

Addressing workers at a state-level programme here yesterday, Kamat alleged that Prime Minister Modi and the are taking "unwarranted" credit for the Army action, in the poll-bound state of Uttar Pradesh.



He said mid-term elections in some states are possible as the government was intent on taking advantage of the strikes and told party workers to be prepared for them.

The leader said that such military action happened during the rule as well, but the then government did not seek to take credit.

PCC President Sachin Pilot said the was not fighting against any individual, but rather against an ideology.

"We have concerns for farmers and people as a whole. We have to defeat communal forces," he said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Congress leader Gurudas Kamat has said the BJP may try to milk political advantage out of the Army's surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir by calling for mid-term polls in multiple states, and asked party workers here to be prepared for all eventualities. Addressing Congress workers at a state-level programme here yesterday, Kamat alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP are taking "unwarranted" credit for the Army action, in the poll-bound state of Uttar Pradesh. He said mid-term elections in some states are possible as the government was intent on taking advantage of the strikes and told party workers to be prepared for them. The Congress leader said that such military action happened during the UPA rule as well, but the then government did not seek to take credit. PCC President Sachin Pilot said the Congress was not fighting against any individual, but rather against an ideology. "We have concerns for farmers and people as a whole. We have to defeat ... leader Gurudas Kamat has said the may try to milk political advantage out of the Army's surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir by calling for mid-term polls in multiple states, and asked party workers here to be prepared for all eventualities.

Addressing workers at a state-level programme here yesterday, Kamat alleged that Prime Minister Modi and the are taking "unwarranted" credit for the Army action, in the poll-bound state of Uttar Pradesh.

He said mid-term elections in some states are possible as the government was intent on taking advantage of the strikes and told party workers to be prepared for them.

The leader said that such military action happened during the rule as well, but the then government did not seek to take credit.

PCC President Sachin Pilot said the was not fighting against any individual, but rather against an ideology.

"We have concerns for farmers and people as a whole. We have to defeat communal forces," he said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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BJP may call mid-term polls in states after PoK strikes: Kamat

leader Gurudas Kamat has said the may try to milk political advantage out of the Army's surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir by calling for mid-term polls in multiple states, and asked party workers here to be prepared for all eventualities.

Addressing workers at a state-level programme here yesterday, Kamat alleged that Prime Minister Modi and the are taking "unwarranted" credit for the Army action, in the poll-bound state of Uttar Pradesh.

He said mid-term elections in some states are possible as the government was intent on taking advantage of the strikes and told party workers to be prepared for them.

The leader said that such military action happened during the rule as well, but the then government did not seek to take credit.

PCC President Sachin Pilot said the was not fighting against any individual, but rather against an ideology.

"We have concerns for farmers and people as a whole. We have to defeat communal forces," he said.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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