NC-Congress alliance unholy: Bhim Singh
SHABIR IBN YUSUF
Srinagar, Nov 21: Terming National Conference-Congress coalition an unholy alliance, Panthers Party (PP) patron Prof Bhim Singh Wednesday asked the people to defeat the coalition partners in the upcoming Legislative Council (LC) polls and punish them for 2010 killings.
Addressing a press conference here, Prof Singh said both NC and Congress are exploiting the people of Jammu and Kashmir. “It is time for the people to defeat these people,” he said and asked the people to vote for such candidates who can deliver.
PP patron said the Panchayat representatives are being exploited by the ruling coalition.
Prof Singh blamed the Government for 120 killings in 2010. “Orders to kill those youth were issued by the same government. Every conscious Kashmiri must vote to defeat them,” he said.
Asked did he tell the people to vote for Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidates, Prof Singh said, “My party and PDP are exposing the Government and people must decide themselves whom to vote,” he said.
Taking a dig at the Wednesday statement of Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde, Prof Singh termed it a joke. “They (Government of India) are never serious and this is a joke,” he said and added that Kashmir is witnessing unabated human rights violations. “These violations should be condemned by one and all,” he added.
About the death of to Ajmal Kasab, 26/11 convict, the PP patron said that every death is shocking. “I did not know much about this case. I will study it,” he said.
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