Says, Pro-India Politicians Create Confusion For Their Own Interest
Srinagar – Maintaining that Hurriyat (G) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani has a democratic right to dissent, National Panthers Party leader Prof. Bhim Singh Tuesday said Geelani is a towering leader and cant be stopped from raising his voice.
However Singh clarified that there was no mention of macadamizing the road leading to the Amaranth Cave in the Supreme Court ruling.
Geelani is not at fault. The present dispensation in the state has made the situation confusing and vulnerable, Prof. Bhim Singh told KNS from New Delhi on Tuesday evening, adding that Geelani was a credible leader and did not work for any intelligence agency.
At least he is not an employee of intelligence agencies and has his own agenda, said Singh.
Taking on the National Conference Congress coalition, the fire brand leader said that they have thrown the state into dark while people are craving for the basic rights and needs. You have hundreds of innocent youth being booked by police in Delhi and other parts of the country and nobody seems bothered about it claimed Singh.
He said that no law of any land give spolice the power to detain a 12 year old kid in Police station for 2 consecutive days and said that this happens only in Kashmir, where NC and congress have been holding the reigns most of the time since 1951.
While castigating pro-India politicians, he said that it was because of these leaders and their desire to stick to the power that the valley was still witnessing blood shed. Govt. of India is providing fuel and cars even to their servants, and they get all kinds of perks and luxuries. Therefore it is unlikely that they would like to see normalcy prevailing in the state, lamented Bhim Singh, stressing that his party would work for providing justice to the people of the state.
Commenting on the passing-on the chairmanship of the Panthers party to Harsh Dev Singh, Bhim Singh Said, It is the time when we should put more responsibility on the generation next. I have been at helm for last 30 years and I want that the gen-next should come forward and help people to get justice. (KNS)
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