doctors from Prime Minister Modi’s home state Gujarat joined the Bharathiya
Janatha party on Sunday displaying their support to Modi government’s move to remove
the special status that was given for Jammu and Kashmir.
doctors were welcomed by Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Harsh
Vardhan through a video address.
famous doctors, including All India Radiologist Association (AIRA) president Dr
Hemant Patel, critical care expert Dr Kalpesh Shah, joined Bharathiya Janatha
Party at an event organised at the Gujarat University's convention hall.
to party release, doctors had joined themselves in the party under the ongoing
membership drive that is being undertaken by the Bharathiya Janatha Party.
"The fact that 370
doctors joined the BJP to express their support for scrapping article 370 for
Jammu and Kashmir will send a positive signal to the entire society," said Gujarat BJP president
Vaghani also said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's foreign policy and diplomacy
on the global arena has isolated Pakistan over the Kashmir issue. The former
state of Jammu and Kashmir was also bifurcated into two union territories after
the scrapping down of special status.