On 17th November, The Bharatiya Janata Party leader Amit Shah said that the party’s alliance for Gupkar Declaration alleges its foreign forces to mediate in J&K and affirmed that Indian will presently don’t endure an “unholy gathbandhan” against the public interest.
Amit Shah said that All India Congress Party President Sonia Gandhi and his son the party leader Rahul Gandhi support the People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration which, he stated, affronts India’s tricolor. Union Home Minister Amit Shah also said that, “The Gupkar Group is going worldwide! They need unfamiliar powers to mediate in Jammu and Kashmir. The Gupkar declaration likewise affronts India’s Tricolor. Do Rahul Ji and Sonia Ji backing such moves of the Gupkar Group? They should make their stand completely clear to the individuals of India”.
“All India Congress party and the Gupkar Group want to take Jammu and Kashmir back to the time of dread and disturbance. They need to remove the privileges of Dalits, ladies and tribals that we have guaranteed by eliminating Article 370. This is the reason they are being dismissed by the individuals all over. J&K has been, is and will consistently stay a vital piece of India. Indian individuals will at this point not endure an unholy ‘worldwide gathbandhan’ against our public interest. Either the Gupkar Pack swims alongside the public mind-set or, more than likely individuals will sink it”, He added.
On 4 August 2019, the Gupkar Declaration was a joint goal endorsed, after a gathering of all significant parties at Farooq Abdullah’s Gupkar Residence in J&K to contradict the Middle’s choice on revocation of Article 370 which allowed a unique status in the recent state.
The major parties meet went for a goal of going to provincial gatherings and the Congress to ensure J&K’s uncommon protected status and battle against any transition to weaken it. The revelation referenced “change, revocation of Article 35A, 370, illegal delimitation or trifurcation of the state would be an animosity against the individuals of Ladakh and J&K.”