SRINAGAR: Four Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers in Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam resigned from the party on Sunday, hours after BJP worker Abdul Hamid Najar, a resident of Mohiendpora village, was shot at and critically injured by suspected militants in the district.
Constituency president Charar-i-Sharief, Wali Mohammad Bhat along with his constituency team while announcing his resignations from the party said he has nothing to do with BJP from now onwards. “I resign from the party along with my constituency team. I have no contact with BJP party,” Bhat said in his resignation letter.
Others who resigned from the BJP are District Office Secretary Budgam, Sameer Ahmad Shah, Son of Ghulam Mohu-din Shah resident of Humhama area of Budgam, Avtar Singh, general secretary, district Budgam, and Imran Ahmad parry, General Secretary M. Morcha Budgam.
The attacks on BJP workers in the Jammu and Kashmir intensified after killing of Waseem Bari along with his father and brother in north Kashmir.
Earlier, a BJP leader was killed and another injured in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district. He has been shifted to a hospital for treatment.