NEW DELHI, Feb 1: Congress leader Ghulam bi Azad on Monday alleged that the Bharatiya Jata Party (BJP) has murdered democracy by recommending President’s rule in Aruchal Pradesh. Azad, who is the Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, alleged there is a huge difference between the Governor’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir and Aruchal Pradesh. “Jammu and Kashmir got the Governor’s rule in compulsion because no party was ready to form the government. But the Congress had two-third majority in Aruchal Pradesh. There (in Aruchal), the Bharatiya Jata Party itself created defection, created differences and after creating crisis, they declared a crisis situation and justified the Governor’s rule,” Azad said. “It was pure fraudulence and undemocratic. The BJP has murdered the democracy by imposing the Governor’s rule,” he added.
BJP has 'murdered democracy' in Aruchal: Congress