Nayeem for AFSPA, PSA revocation
Srinagar, Nov 13: Jammu Kashmir National Front chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan has demanded immediate and complete demilitarization and revocation of all the draconian laws including Armed Forces Special Powers Act and Public Safety Act from Jammu Kashmir.
Addressing party workers and office bearers after a meeting which, according to JKNF statement was convened to discuss the present situation, Nayeem Ahmad Khan lauded the role of his party workers saying that they were keeping the torch of resistance lighting even in the present hard and difficult times.
Nayeem Khan said, “It is due to the militarization in J&K that we are losing our moral values one by one”.
Demanding immediate demilitarization of Jammu and Kashmir, Nayeem Khan said, “It is the best cure for all the social and political issues, because demilitarization only can create an atmosphere conducive for the final settlement of Kashmir dispute”.
Nayeem Khan while demanding immediate revocation of AFSPA and PSA lashed out at mainstream politicians saying that “They are only making hue and cry and are not serious about the issue.” “If these politicians are serious in revoking all the draconian laws they must begin it from PSA and DAA which is constitutionally within their authority and they need not any permission from New Delhi”.
He said, “These politicians are only trying to deceive Kashmiris, but the people are politically mature enough to understand such tricks.”
Nayeem appealed to the Imams and preachers to launch campaign against the social evils.
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