SRINAGAR: Stating that party will push autonomy, with full vigor and sincerity, its agenda for peaceful, dignified and realistic solution of the Kashmir problem, the National Conference spokesman Tanvir Sadiq on Monday said While the PDPs self-rule fizz is over, the height of deceiving people can be seen from the fact that the person talking about AFSPA revocation, is the same person who was the brain behind it.
Autonomy as accepted on June 26th 2000 is a constitutionally guaranteed document stamped and passed by the two third majority of state legislature making it state governments one and the only viable solution to the vexed issue and not a mere slogan said Tanvir
There have been instances where people in Delhi have offered anything short of Azadi to the separatist but when Omar Abdullah with a democratically elected government talks about the same, it gets bogged down in red tape by vested interest. They are the same people who gave birth to a party in the state to incite regional sentiments, hoodwink people with false slogans, and try to weaken Autonomy said Sadiq
Lashing out at the opposition the NC spokesman said PDP is a party made overnight to erode the sovereignty and identity of the state. One can easily notice that none of their (PDP) leaders talk about Self-rule anymore, PDPs self rule fizz is over, and they have even forgotten their illusionary document completely
Stating that AFSPA is their creation and people are being punished by the decision taken by their leader Tanvir said Mufti Sahib brings AFSPA and now sheds crocodile tears to befool people
The spokesman said everybody knows how and who rigged the election. He said people are aware and understands how a party within a span of 3 years got 16 seats while as their patron had never won even a Mohalla election earlier.
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