Kamaal Says PDP, BJP in Unholy Nexus

SRINAGAR:  National Conference leader Dr. Sheikh Mustafa Kamaal Monday cautioned people against groups and parties like the PDP and BJP who he claimed were hell bent on dividing people on regional and religious lines.

Kamal, additional general secretary of the party, told a gathering in Kathua, that both the parties were “victims of sudden short periods of angry, un-reasonable behavior of their leaders called tantrums in English which they demonstrated in ample measure in the legislative assembly recently”.

Kamal extolled the people to gear up to negate the “unholy communal nexus of BJP and PDP” as they did in 2008 Amarnath land row which resulted in death of dozens of innocent people. 

“Blaming the coalition particularly NC for the trouble the state is witnessing currently has been their favorite past time in an attempt to mask their true face of deceit treachery, jealously and malice towards NC because it has made a permanent abode in the hearts and minds of the people of the state,” he claimed.

The NC leader reminded the audience that PDP chief Mufti Mohammad Syed was part of governments from 1953 to 1975, “which was the worst period in the post 1947 J&K State.”

“All the developments and progress that we are witnessing today is because of NC governments. Be it 1953 and then from 1975 onwards. All propagandas by PDP against NC leadership and party will be of no avail to PDP and this party put up by NDA will see its waterloo in 2014 elections,” he said and asked the people to gear up for these elections and rid the state of the scourge of BJP-PDP combine.

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