PDP surrogate of BJP ideology: Dr Kamal
Srinagar, Sept 3: Reacting sharply to the remarks of the three senior PDP leaders, including Moulana Iftikhar Hussain Ansari, Dilawar Mir and A R Veeri, senior leader of National Conference, Dr Mustafa Kamal on Friday said that PDP had always blackmailed Kashmiris emotionally and had spilt their precious blood for its lust for power.
He said that recent exposure about PDP leaders participating in the government and legislative functions and publicly criticizing the government is an ample proof of its “dual and nabdi character.”
Dr Kamal said that when Mufti Muhammad Sayeed was asked why his party flag is green he had said that this colour is green part of Indian tri-colour.
The NC leader said that can Mehbooba Mufti deny that 16 prominent Hizb commanders were killed during her party’s tenure. He said let her deny the fact that why PDP gave mandate to kith and kin of Ikhwanis. “Anybody can get names and ward numbers of such persons from election offices,” he added.
Dr Kamal said that “contemptuous and malafide” tirade of PDP leaders against National Conference was aimed at sabotaging grant of autonomy to Kashmir, adding the party had launched the derogatory campaign on the “instructions of their patrons particularly the BJP.”
He said PDP had failed to refute Bhim Singh’s press assertions that Dixit, Brijesh Mishra and L K Advani had spent Rs 29 Crore for creation of PDP so that JK never gets autonomy.
He castigated PDP for raising hue and cry over revival of Ikhwani culture. “It seems that PDP has forgotten that the notorious Ikhwani Qasim Khaar was the chief campaigner for Moulana Iftikhar Hussain Ansari and Abid Ansari,” he added.
Dr Kamal alleged that PDP has been given the task to divide people of the state on regional, communal and sectoral lines. They have even introduced polluted thought of creating hatred between different sections of Kashmiris.
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