Srinagar, Mar 31: Former National Conference minister and MLA Mian Altaf Ahmed on Friday decried the hypocrisy of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, asking her to explain what for five lakh pellets and 6,000 pellet guns had been brought to Kashmir.
“Is this PDP’s version of ‘Goli Se Nahi Boli Se’?”, Mian Altaf Ahmed asked while addressing several elections meetings in Kangan Assembly segment of Srinagar Parliamentary constituency.
He said Nagpur was highly elated the day PDP came into being as it found a stooge to carry forward anti-Kashmiri agenda. He said the atrocities committed by the PDP partnered BJP government will remain a worst chapter of Kashmir history.
Mian Altaf Ahmed said the peace heralded in Jammu and Kashmir due to sustained efforts of the National Conference led government has been undone and the development pushed back by the insensitive dispensation. He said the coalition government has failed on all fronts, which is why that state is passing through a nightmarish era.
The former minister exhorted the people to come forward in a big way and vote for Dr Farooq Abdullah, saying this will be support to pro-people forces under the banner of National Conference. “Massive victory of Dr Farooq will be a befitting reply to the agents of Nagpur”, he added.
In Ganderbal Assembly segment, MLA Ashfaq Jabbar described PDP as a blot on Kashmir, saying that the atrocities committed during the past two years are unparalleled. He said the people will never forgive it for betrayal that it committed after exploiting their sentiments.
Jabbar urged the people to give a befitting reply to PDP by defeating both its candidates from Srinagar and Anantnag parliamentary constituencies.
National Conference also stepped up its campaign in Beerwah, Charigham, Magam and Mirgund with its leaders describing the PDP candidate as a chameleon who has been changing his colours as per his convenience and comfort. They said the people are poised to show anti-Kashmiri elements their rightful place in the ensuing elections.
The NC leaders exuded confidence that Dr Farooq Abdullah will register a massive victory in the ensuing polls. (KNS)