We Should Have Our Own PM: Kamal

India Ruling Kashmir through Military: Kamal
Srinagar: National Conference senior leader, Dr. Shiekh Mustafa Kamal, Monday said time had come for the state to have its own Prime Minister and Sadr-i-Riyasat.
“Our freedom has been choked and autonomy is being eroded day by day. People of Kashmir can’t wait anymore. India must restore our Autonomy and describe the Line of Control meaningless,” said Kamal, “India is ruling Kashmir on military might.”
Kamal was reacting to the remarks made by Congress leader, Taj Mohi-u-Din, on Autonomy wherein Congressman had said that autonomy already existed in Jammu and Kashmir.
“Taj Mohi-u-Din is a minister only and he is not a seasoned politician. He is following the footprints of his party member, Makhan Lal Fotedar. Taj should know that it was his Congress party which eroded the autonomy of Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.
“People are well aware of the fact that New Delhi eroded our freedom and autonomy from time to time. Article 370 clearly mentions that Jammu and Kashmir is entitled to have its own Prime Minister and Sadr-i-Riyasat. If there is Autonomy in the state, why don’t we have our own Prime Minister,” he said.
Launching a scathing attack on Congress, Kamal said,”This party has a bleak history and it has always played with the sentiments of the people. Congress leaders of Kashmir are dancing to the tunes of New Delhi and they can go to any extent in getting their interests fulfilled. The fact is that Congress never was and never will be sincere towards the people of Kashmir.”
Kamal said Shiekh Abdullah had secured the future of Kashmiri people by incorporating Article 370 in the Indian Constitution, but “New Delhi turned Kashmir Valley into garrison and made our paradise a hell where every person is feeling insecure”.

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