Autonomy constitutionally guaranteed document: NC
‘IF PDP HAD ITS WAY IT WOULD HAVE DONE WHAT MODI DID IN GUJRAT’
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Srinagar, June 16: National Conference on Saturday said the Autonomy is a constitutionally guaranteed document stamped and passed by the state legislature and sooner or later everyone has to accept it with open arms so that it becomes an ultimate panacea between India and Pakistan.
Terming the rejection of autonomy by the then BJP government as the biggest blunder, the NC spokesman Tanvir Sadiq said: “Why is it that the offer of anything short of Azadi is good enough for some people to offer it to the separatist but when Omar Abdullah with an elected government talks about the same, it gets bogged down in red tape by the some vested interest politicians.”
Terming the PDP’s every day ranting as unfortunate, he said, “Mehbooba and Beigh before talking about an internationally acclaimed leader like Omar Abdullah should look into their own backyards, we do not need a certificate from someone who appreciates Narender Modi.”
“If PDP had their way they would have done what BJP’s Modi did in Gujrat, both are known for mastering killings and massacres” he said.
Tanvir termed PDP`s Self Rule as a face of travesty. “It is an illusionary document known not even to the own leaders,” he said. “Looking at their frustration, it may not be very long when they will be sans People, sans Democratic and sans Party” said Sadiq adding “It’s only in the media that we hear about such an illusionary document that the PDP is harping on, we challenge them to come on any forum and discuss their imaginary document or dare them to table the self-rule on the floor of the house,” he said.
The spokesman asked the PDP leaders to declare their assets and before pointing fingers towards anyone they should explain how their MLA’s became millionaires overnight, lamenting that they had kept their kith and kin to receive gifts in cash and kind.
Reacting to the PDP president and former Deputy Chief Minister the spokesman asked them to worry about “Wachi” and “Baramulla” first where people have literally issued statements of ‘missing leaders’ against them. “When they can’t fulfill the aspiration of people who elected them how can they shamefully talk about Srinagar. City does not need turncoat opportunistic politicians like them to sermonize about the city which is NC’s stronghold” Tanvir added.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 16 Jun 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 16 Jun 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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