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TMC’s Chief Whip welcomes stripping of Article 370 in a cryptic message. Terrified of didi?

TMC's Ray has been cryptic in his message, but many in Congress have openly spoken against their party's stand on the government's move over Article 370 and bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir.

All India Trinamool Congress’ Rajya Sabha MP and Chief Whip Sukhendu Sekhar Roy welcomed the dilution of Article 370 in a cryptic tweet.

Without specifying what he was talking about, Roy tweeted last night that ‘Decades-old Comedy of Errors’ are being rectified now. He wondered if there are more such ‘thunderbolts’ are in the offing. Adding that change is the wheel of our national life, he said that while we are mortals, the nation is not. “We must not sing yesterday once more. Let it be today and tomorrow,” he added.

TMC in the Parliament had yesterday opposed the move of diluting Article 370 in state of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcating it into union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. Congress, too, had opposed the move to correct the wrong done by Jawaharlal Nehru decades ago. However, many in Congress had gone against the party stand and welcomed the government of India’s move on Article 370.

When Ray was asked whether this cryptic message loaded with symbolism is what we all think it is, he said with a smiling emoji that people are free to draw their own conclusions.

Many politicians have expressed that the central government’s decision was correct and in the interest of India’s territorial sovereignty and welfare of its people. However, not all of them are openly opposing their party’s stand. Parties like BSP and BJD, who are at loggerheads with the BJP at their regional level, had also come out to support the bill.

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