NC assail on PDP-BJP Govt for hide and seek over Article 35 A

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By Fast Kashmir on 27/08/2017.

NC assail on PDP-BJP Govt for hide and seek over Article 35 A

BJP, PDP should clear it’s stand on infringement of state,s right : Kichloo

Muhammad Saleem

Kishtwar August 27 :As a part of state vide campaign to educate the people about the importance of Article 35 A of the Constitution of India, the party leaders while launching a scathing attack on PDP-BJP government over the issue of this vital constitution that guaranteed citizenship rights to the people of state added that PDP and BJP are playing hide and seek game over this important issue as a result of which there is a confusion among the people of Jammu and Kashmir. 

While addressing the gathering of around 2000 party workers and office bearers during a party convention organised by the party under the presidentship of party District President Kishtwar Tanveer Ahmed Kichloo at Kishtwar, party MLC and former MoS Home Sajjad Ahmad Kichloo said that coalition partner PDP and BJP are not on same page over the issue and asked the state BJP leadership to clear it’s stand on infringement of special rights enjoyed by the state of Jammu and Kashmir. He said that BJP and PDP is trying to bring the people face to face on religious bases added that Article 35 A is not the issue of Hindu and Muslim or Jammu verses Kashmir. He said that Article 35 A guaranteed equal rights to people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. He said that party had taken the responsibility to educate the people about the pros and cons of Article 35 A so that any attempt to Abrogate Article 35-A could be jointly resisted tooth and nail. He urged the people to defeat the ill will designs of the communal forces who wants to divide the people on communal lines by trying to weaken the state subject laws. He said that the move to abrogate Article 35 A of the Constitution of India is to give benefits to leading industrialist of India who are eyeing the land in Jammu and Kashmir for establishment of business units which will make direct impact on the jobs of poor. He warns PDP-BJP government over trickling with article 35 A of the Constitution added that people will come on roads to defend the citizens rights. He said that abrogation of Article 35 A will make direct impact on jobs in the state. He said that many other states in India demanded similar laws added that Maratha movement launched by the political parties like Shiv Sena in Maharashtra is due to dominance of non locals. He said that his party will not allow anyone to encroach upon the land, jobs and other rights of people of the state. 

Senior Provincial Vice President Qazi Jalal-u-Din in his address ask the party workers and office bearers to carry forward the party mission to each and every house hold so that people could be made aware about anti people policies of PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir. He said that PDP has lost its credibility among the people of state by surrendering itself before the radicalised agenda of RSS and BJP with sole ulterior motive to stick with power at the cost of aspirations of people of Jammu and Kashmir. He said that BJP should clear it’s stand on this issue added that both PDP and BJP could not hide behind the petitioner who filed petition in Supreme Court of India demanding abrogation of Article 35 A. He said that PDP is a sinking ship who is trying hard to survive for the sake of Power at the cost of people of state. 
Among the prominent who speak on this occasion include  Sajjad Ahmad Kichloo,  Advocate Younas Kichloo, Qazi  Jal-ud-Din, Ghulam Qadir Malik, Thakur Prathvi  Singh, Abdul Majeed  Shah, Ashwani Kumar, Asif  Qazi, Rajinder Sen, Shamim Bhat  and others. 
The prominent who attend the party convention include Tanveer Ahmed Kichloo, Farooq Bhat, Abdul Rashid Bhat,  Ghulam Abass Munshi, Nazir Ahmad Qazi, Imtiyaz  Zargar, Wali Mohammad Giri, Inder Jeet Sen, Ashok Bhagat, Abdul Latief Sheikh,  D D .Farooq, Sajjad Sheikh, Ikhlaq  Bhat, Fareed Sheikh,  Zakir Hussain, Sajjad Hussain, Indu Balla, Ritu Devi and others.

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