Tender apology: Veeri to Mehbooba

Senior National Conference leader and Member of Legislative Council Dr Bashir Ahmad Veeri on Tuesday lashed out at People’s Democratic Party for contradicting its promises.
Tender apology: Veeri to Mehbooba

Senior National Conference leader and Member of Legislative Council Dr Bashir Ahmad Veeri on Tuesday lashed out at People's Democratic Party for contradicting its promises.

In an statement, Dr Veeri accused PDP President of deceiving people by raising slogan 'Peace with dignity' as the party had already sold the dignity of the state by joining hands with BJP and RSS-communal forces.

"After the demise of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Shab, Mehbooba Mufti is again out in the market to deceive innocent Kashmiris by demanding role in peace building and economic development of the state," Veeri said, adding Mehbooba Mufti's recent political comments at Dak Bungalow Khanbal have raised doubts in general public and every citizen of this land wants to know on which terms and conditions late Mufti Shab joined hands with RSS for throne.

He said that PDP-BJP combine failed to rehabilitate flood sufferers despite making tall claims. 

PDP-BJP combine also failed to deliver on the promises they made including employment to unemployed youth and development of the state as no fresh major project stands commenced. Veeri said that PDP failed to bring back power projects and in fact couldn't shield the special status, dignity and identical identity of Kashmir when communal forces in their 10 months rule made unsuccessful attempts to disgrace identity of Kashmir and flag in particular.

He said that during ten months rule, teacher community particularly ReTs who played a vital role in bringing out poor children to schools in far off areas of the state, were humiliated every day. 

Veeri advised Mehbooba Mufti to seek "forgiveness and apologies" from the public for "betraying" them as her late father sought votes from public to stop communal forces from making inroads in the state but later he joined hands with them for the sake of chair.

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