NC responsible for Kashmir’s destruction: PDP MLA

JeI’s suppression in 1979, poll rigging in 1987 by NC fuelled set valley in fire’




Jammu, Jan 10: Blaming Opposition National Conference for worsening the political situation in Jammu and Kashmir, Peoples Democratic Party young legislator from Wachi Aijaz Mir said that NC was responsible for oppressing Jamaat-e-Islami in 1979 and poll rigging in 1987.

“National Conference had unleashed reign of terror and brutal repression on the members and sympathisers of Jammat-e-Islami in Kashmir in 1979. And then in 1987 the party rigged Assembly elections that sparked off militancy. Both these historical incidents perpetrated by the NC set the state on or fire, and today we are in this whole mess because of them,” Mir said in his Motion of Thanks on Governor N N Vohra’s address to the Legislature earlier this week.

Blaming all the political parties, mainstream and separatists, for messing up Kashmir situation, Mir said that they all need to put their heads together to “douse the fire.”

“Since we all are affected by the political issue of Kashmir, and being representatives of the people across the state we should always pitch for its resolution through dialogue and peaceful ways,” Mir said.

The PDP leader said that Government of India should hold dialouge with Hurriyat so as to find out the political resolution of Kashmir issue.

While Mir was speaking all the members listened to him keenly and thumped their benches for his applause.

Commenting upon the Summer unrest of last year, Mir, who is also General Secretary of Yoth PDP, condemned the killings of civilans and violence during the unrest.

Lauding the chief minister Mehbooba Mufti for her role in development of the state and “making all her efforts” for resolution of Kashmir issue, Mir said that only PDP under the leadership of Mehbooba Mufti can help in upliftmnet of people and resolve the long pending issue.




“People across the state have firm belief that only Mehbooba ji and PDP will work for the development of the whole state and their empowerment,” he said.

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