BHOPAL: A day ahead of the three-day coordination meeting of RSS in Delhi, noted writer Kshama Kaul today termed the PDP-BJP alliance in Jammu and Kashmir as "unholy" and claimed that it is going to spell doom for the saffron party in the country.
"The alliance between PDP and BJP in Jammu and Kashmir is unholy and this is going to finish the whole of BJP in the country. It will benefit Congress in the long run," Kaul told PTI here.
The writer, who was displaced from Kashmir long back has penned a number of books including "Kashmir ka Jihadi Aatank: Sampurna Bhart par Prabhav" (Jehadi Terrorism in Kashmir: Its impact on India) arrived here to take part in a seminar "Jammu Kashmir: Kal, Aaj aur Kal" jointly organised by Dhrampal Shodhpeeth and Spandan.
She also said that Hindus in the valley are feeling betrayed after voting for BJP on the call of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
"The situation in Jammu has worsened further. Earlier we used to get water three days in a week, but now only once. Besides we used to get power for nearly 10 hours but now just four hours. The roads are full of potholes and none is bothered about it," she alleged.
Kaul also alleged that the BJP leaders who are in power in the state don't listen to the people.
"There is no Forum left where we can raise our voice or be heard," she said.
When asked about abrogation of Article 370, that granted special status to Kashmir, Kaul said that lot of "misinformation" is being spread on scrapping it.
"Fact is that it can be abrogated by the President simply by passing an ordinance," she claimed.