National Conference (NC) leader Farooq Abdullah on Wednesday said the ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra led by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is aimed at uniting the country and is against spreading hatred between communities for electoral gains. Stressing on uniting for each other’s welfare, Farooq said that hatred will only bring disaster. He told reporters at Aushmukam in Anantnag district, “The goal of the yatra is to unite the nation and break (the wall of) hatred.” The message of this march is that unless we unite and think together for each other’s welfare, we will not be able to make the country as per the dreams of our nation builders.
The NC chief had reached the town in south Kashmir to attend a condolence meeting. Farooq (84) claimed that hatred between communities was being spread just to win elections. “This approach will not lead the nation and the people to prosperity, it will only lead to destitution,” he said, referring to the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley nearly three decades ago, the Lok Sabha member from Srinagar said. He wants them to return home with dignity during their lifetime. He said, “Our brothers had to leave this place. I wish them to return home with dignity and respect during their lifetime.
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