The former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti and PDP chief, today warned BJP that if it attempts to break her party would have serious consequences, in which she was seen as attacking on her former ally, the ruling BJP.
Mufti resigned last month as a Jammu and Kashmir's chief minister after the BJP pulled off its alliance with her PDP or People's Democratic Party citing rising security crisis in the state.
she said, "If Delhi tries to create divisions and interfere like that then I think just like a Salahuddin and a Yasin Malik were born in 1987...if it tries to break the PDP then the outcome will be dangerous," news agency ANI quoted Mufti as saying.
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#WATCH: Former J&K CM M Mufti says'Agar Dilli ne 1987 ki tarah yahan ki awam ke vote pe daaka dala, agar iss kism ki tod fod ki koshish ki,jis tarah ek Salahuddin ek Yasin Malik ne janm liya...agar Dilliwalon ne PDP ko todne ki koshish ki uski nataish bahut zyada khatarnaak hogi' pic.twitter.com/LmC7V4OwN2— ANI (@ANI) July 13, 2018
Soon after the coalition ended, Mehbooba Mufti warned the BJP that any attempt to engineer defections in her party "would erode the trust of the Kashmiris in Indian democracy".
PDP chief Mufti's political rival Omar Abdullah, the leader of the National Conference, tweeted a sharp rebuttal saying, "She must really be desperate if she is threatening the Centre with renewed militancy if PDP breaks up. She seems to have forgotten that militancy in Kashmir has already been reborn under her most able administration."