No battle is won by training guns against innocent people, banning organisations: PDP

No battle is won by training guns against innocent people, banning organisations: PDP
File pic of Hanjura

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Sunday said that no battle is won by  training guns against innocent people and banning organisations.

While addressing a party convention at central Kashmir'sChar-e-Shareif segment party general secretary Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura askedpeople to "overwhelmingly vote for party's candidate for Srinagar parliamentelections Aga Syed Mohsin."

He termed Mohsin as a person who can represent peoplesaspirations in the parliament with more zeal and zest.

He said that in the present situation when "violence,rampage and dictatorial policies" have become a new normal, it is the PDPwhich is telling truth to power, opposing ban on Jamaat and JKLF while pitchingfor dialogue with Hurriyat   and withPakistan.

Other PDP leaders who were present on the occasion included,Khurshid Alam, Muntazir Mohi-ud-din, Er Nazir Ahmad Yatoo, Mohammad Yasin Bhat,Adv Mohammad Ashraf and Abdul Salaam Bhat.

'WILL STRONGLY OPPOSE CONSTITUTIONAL VANDALISM IN J&K'

Meanwhile, veteran PDP leader,  Muhammad Sartaj Madni, on Sunday cautionedthe Government of India over fiddling with the state's special status,reiterating that the party will not allow constitutional vandalism to takeplace in Jammu and Kashmir.

Addressing scores of party leaders, functionaries,supporters and activists in South Kashmir's Kulgam area, Madni said that PDP isthe only political force in Jammu and Kashmir which both in power as well as inopposition stood firm on its stand and didn't compromise on its principles evenat the time of tough ordeals.

Madni cautioned that there are assaults against the state'sspecial position being made on multiple fronts and that such underhand meanswill only increase frustration, disgruntlement and alienation among the peopleof the state especially the youth who at present are feeling alienated,dejected and left out.

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