Srinagar: In a press meet arranged here, Bharatiya Janta Party has revealed that it will continue its alliance with People’s Democratic Party despite its anti-national stances. BJP further reinforced that their alliance is a detox to the virulent nationalism that is currently pushing India to its dangerous future.
In that press meet, BJP spokesperson said, “You all might be wondering why we are having an alliance with an anti-national party. Yes! Our decision to form alliance with PDP was to bring down the nationalism fever in India.”
Adjusting the mic, he continued, “Many experts believed that the Idea of India is taking a hit because of the rising nationalism in India. Some experts even suggested Indian cricket team to lose in World Cup to reduce the nationalism. But, sadly, the Indian Cricket team is not listening to us now and is winning every match they play. This is taking nationalism to fervent intensity. We had been riding on this nationalism wave, but we should not let this wave to drain us along with the country. So, we decided to ally with PDP to neutralize too much nationalism. PDP stands for anti-nationalism and BJP stands for too much nationalism. With their combinations, the nationalism will be neutralized and India will be restored to Idea of India.”
When asked about the release of separatists, he said, “They are separatists. They need to be separated from us. We did that only!”
When asked about Mufti’s praise of Pakistan for election, he said, “Pakistan cannot conduct proper election in its own country. Then, how can they conduct in foreign soil? His claim is absurd. That is fine, as media has now left our Hindu leaders for good. Now, PDP is communal. (laughs)”
Finally, when asked about the definition of CMP, he said, “You are a fool if your believe CMP is Common Minimum Programme. CMP stands for Communalisation Minimizing Program. By allying with Muslims and allowing PDP leaders to talk, the communal tag will now be minimized from BJP and spread to PDP too. Next, we are planning to ally with Christian parties, so that the media starts talking about their conversion missions.”