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My time hasn’t come yet, when it will come, entire BJP will be with me: Altaf Bukhari

In a recent statement, Apni Party president Syed Altaf Bukhari conveyed confidence in his political trajectory, asserting that his time has yet to arrive, but when it does, the entire Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will stand alongside him. Responding to allegations of covert connections with the BJP, Bukhari emphasized his transparent engagements with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders, stating that these meetings occurred in broad daylight without secrecy.

During an interaction with Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Bukhari underscored his respect for former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah while subtly hinting at Abdullah’s departure from Srinagar, possibly suggesting Abdullah’s intention to contest from the Baramulla Lok Sabha constituency. Bukhari’s remarks come amidst speculation about potential political realignments and alliances in the region.

The assertion of a future alliance with the BJP by Altaf Bukhari adds a layer of intrigue to the evolving political landscape in Jammu and Kashmir. Bukhari’s confidence in garnering BJP’s support underscores the fluid nature of political dynamics in the region, especially in the aftermath of significant constitutional changes and the abrogation of Article 370.

Bukhari’s open acknowledgment of his interactions with PM Modi and other BJP leaders signals a departure from traditional political secrecy, reflecting a shift towards more transparent engagement and dialogue. This transparency could potentially influence public perceptions and shape the discourse surrounding political affiliations in the region.

As Bukhari positions himself as a significant political player, his statements may fuel speculations about future collaborations and power-sharing arrangements in Jammu and Kashmir. The evolving narrative underscores the complexities of political alliances and the interplay of regional and national interests in the region’s tumultuous political landscape.

With regional leaders like Altaf Bukhari projecting confidence and openly discussing potential alliances, the political calculus in Jammu and Kashmir appears poised for further evolution. Bukhari’s assertion of future support from the BJP adds a new dimension to the unfolding political scenario, highlighting the intricate interplay of regional aspirations and national political dynamics in the region.

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