End bonhomie drama: Dr Sumir Kaul to NC
‘Merge With Cong’
Achabal (Rafiabad) Nov 25: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) national spokesman Dr Sumir Kaul on Sunday asked National Conference to end “bonhomie drama” and merge with Congress.
Addressing a rally here in north Kashmir Koul said, “The ruling coalition, especially NC is playing a new drama under coalition dharma. On one hand, one of the Congress leaders (Abdul Gani Vakil) claims to be a real representative while on the other hand NC leader (Sheikh Mustafa Kamal) plays a rebel within the party and terms Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s announcement as his (Omar’s) personal view,” Koul said. “Chief Minister claims Congress candidates belong to NC and his candidates belong to Congress.”
He said NC should end the “bonhomie drama” and instead merge with the Congress fully.
“People first ousted the autocratic ruler Mahraja Hari Singh but allowed another Maharaja to rule (Abdullah family),” he said.
He said people of Kashmir had gone through hell over the past 22 years of strife and it “was the youth only, who can bring the change.” “The youth should vote for a party, which he or she feels can safeguard their interests. PDP doesn’t believe in achieving power only but fulfilling the wishes of people,” he said.
Koul said “separatists and militants” were his brothers and that they should be engaged in a dialogue process instead of putting them in jails.
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