Don’t slap PSA on youth: Sanjay Saraf

‘Give Space To Separatist Leaders’

Srinagar, Apr 3: Appealing state government no to slap Public Safety Act on alleged stone pelters, National president youth Lok Jana Shakti Party, Sanjay Saraf Wednesday said that opposition Peoples Democratic Party saved its skin by boycotting Assembly proceedings. “What message PDP tried to give by boycotting the proceedings of the House. They acted irresponsibly and took the problems and grievances of people lightly. Everyone knows that PDP tried best to save its skin,” he said.
 Addressing a news conference here Saraf was all praise for the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah. “At least Omar Abdullah raised the issue of Liyaqat Ali Shah in the Assembly but unfortunately the absence of opposition spoiled everything. I appreciate Chief Minister the way he took stand over the arrest of Kashmiri youth Liyaqat Ali Shah in the Assembly,” he said and added that the non-seriousness of PDP proved that this party doesn’t want to redress the problems of the common people.
 He appealed the government not to slap PSA on alleged stone pelters. “Once the PSA is slapped on the youth they become more hardcore and it becomes more difficult for the government to control them. I appeal Chief Minister and DG police to form a committee to look into the cases of youth and declare general amnesty for alleged stone-pelters.
 National president youth Lok Jana Shakti Party, Sanjay Saraf said that peaceful atmosphere is necessary for better tourism season.
 Criticizing state government for not giving space to separatist leaders, Saraf said that they must be given an opportunity to express their view points. “Keeping separatist leaders under house arrest and lodging them in prisons won’t help the government. They must be given a space to put forth their view points." he said. CNS

Lastupdate on : Wed, 3 Apr 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 3 Apr 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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