PDP more dangerous than RSS, defeat it in coming polls: Salman Sagar

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By Fast Kashmir on 03/04/2017. 1 Comment


Srinagar, Apr 3:  Touring to several areas of Srinagar on Monday, Youth National Conference (YNC) president Salman Sagar underscored the need to vote against the PDP during the coming LS Bypolls, stating that it will send clear message against the anti-people and anti- Kashmir activities of the party to the outer world.

Salman accompanied by MLA Budgam Aga Syed Ruhullulah, NC working president’s political secretary Tavir Sadiq and by several YNC leaders and activists said the real face of the PDP has been unmasked and all its previous anti-people measures are coming to fore. “The claims that the PDP has been making in the past are farce. Its founder Late Mufti Sayeed has worked with no less than four Indian Prime Ministers. Instead of trying to soothe the agonies of the people of Kashmir, he vandalised the state to the extent that mayhem and bloodshed became order of the day. AFSPA, massacres of Hawal, Gaw Kadal, Sopore and so are the PDP’s gifts to the people,” Salman said while addressing people at Zadibal and other Srinagar areas.

The YNC chief maintained that the PDP which masquerades itself as Kashmir’s protector has destroyed its very vitals since long. “When Mufti was the minister in Mir Qasim ‘s regime , a majority of anti- Kashmir decisions were taken that include erosion of Article 370 and undermining state’s unique character. The PDP is acting no different now. Its aim always has been to destroy JK’s Muslim character. By aligning with RSS, it has become more dangerous than this fanatic organisation,” Salman said.

He asked people to vote as present polls are nothing less than a referendum against the BJP and RSS and the tyranny the duo unleashes in JK since grabbing power.

Salman was flanked by other YNC leaders that include Abid Wani, Mohammad Irfan Zahgeer, Imran Bhat, Bilal Dhar, Zubair Fayaz, Shahid Kitab, Majid Shuloo and several others. (CNS)



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