NC ridicules Baig’s statement
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Mar 22: National Conference today described the statement of Peoples Democratic Party leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Muzaffar Hussain Baig as baseless.
In a statement, the party spokesman said, “Baig’s utterances deserve no cognizance.” Baig had charged NC of creating ethnic gap between Kashmiri speaking and non-Kashmiri speaking people in the state and fragmenting Kashmiris in Sher-Bakra factions.
The NC spokesman said, “Baig often comes out with rhetoric full of invectives against anybody and everybody without understanding or realizing what he is saying. His erratic behaviour is well known.”
“J&K National Conference feels it fit to take no notice of what he (Baig) has said,” the spokesman said.
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