"The party (BJP) has compromised on the national interests for the sake of sharing power in the politically super sensitive state of Jammu and Kashmir" President of Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee Ghulam Ahmed Mir said here.

He accused that after Prime Minister Narendra Modi admitted in the floor of the parliament that BJP has ideological differences with its coalition partner in Jammu and Kashmir, continuation of an alliance with ideological differences was a matter of concern for the whole nation.

Terming the coalition between BJP and PDP an "unholy bonhomie", the PCC chief asserted that the alliance was casting its shadows as everybody in the country irrespective of party affiliations were concerned about the happenings in the state.

"BJP especially its State unit owes an explanation to the people of the state and the country as to why national interests were pushed in the back burner for the sake of power," he added.

He claimed due to the prevailing situation of "uncertainty on the security front not only people of the state but the entire country were feeling shocked".

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