Ex J&K CM Mufti alleges ‘divisive laws’ in India. BJP’s dare, then a reminder

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Ex J&K CM Mufti alleges ‘divisive laws’ in India. BJP’s dare, then a reminder

BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad has hit back at Mehbooba Mufti over her tweet alleging discriminatory laws in India after UK Conservative Party cleared decks for Rishi Sunak to become first non-white British prime minister.
Lok Sabha member Ravi Shankar Prasad dared PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti to accept a minority as chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
Lok Sabha member Ravi Shankar Prasad dared PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti to accept a minority as chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
India-origin British leader Rishi Sunak’s exponential rise in UK’s conservative party has given fodder for debate in India on controversial laws like the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019. As India celebrated Sunak’s victory in the party leadership race to become the next British prime minister, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti said it was a proud moment to have the first Indian-origin UK PM, but alleged that India is “still shackled by divisive & discriminatory laws like NRC and CAA.”“Proud moment that UK will have its first Indian origin PM. While all of India rightly celebrates, it would serve us well to remember that while the UK has accepted an ethnic minority member as its PM, we are still shackled by divisive & discriminatory laws like NRC & CAA,” Mufti tweeted.

BJP leader and former Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad hit back at the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief asking if she will accept a minority as chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir. In a series of tweets, Prasad also reminded Mehbooba Mufti of the “extraordinary presidency” of APJ Abdul Kalam and Manmohan Singh as India’s prime minister for 10 years.

“Mehbooba Mufti Ji! Will you accept a minority in Jammu and Kashmir as Chief Minister of the state? Please be frank enough to reply,” the senior BJP leader tweeted.

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