Those aggrieved by SC verdict can move out of coalition: BJP MLC

GJ Report
Jammu, Aug 11: Jammu and Kashmir BJP MLC Ashok Khajuria today said that those who have objections on awaited Supreme Court verdict on Article 35-A can move out of the coalition.
“PDP-BJP Government is intact and we will try to run it smoothly,” Khajuria here told reporters.
“Whatever be the verdict of the Supreme Court on Article 35-A, we will welcome it and those who will not accept it, we have to give a thought on their stand,” the BJP MLC said.
“If anybody will have objection on the ‘awaited’ verdict of the Supreme Court on Article 35-A and wants to leave the coalition, he is free to move apart,” said Khajuria.
He however, accused National Conference and Congress for politicising the issue, which he termed is not in the interest of the country.
The BJP leader also congratulated national president Amit Shah on completing his three-year in the office.
“Shah has done a great job as national president during his three year term, which is appreciable,” he said and added that after becoming Member Parliament, he can closely monitor the working of the party MP’s under the leadership of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.