Strong NC in the interest of India: NC

SRINAGAR: Claiming that the strong National Conference (NC) in Jammu and Kashmir was in the interest of India, Mustafa Kamal, additional general secretary of the party Wednesday said the attempts to weaken NC here would weaken the position of national parties in the state.

Taking to KNS Kamal maintained that the NC has always worked in the fore front for the state and it is fraught with the dangerous consequences if the attempts are made to weaken NC. “The Congress in the state is because of NC and no party here should spin the line against it.”

Reacting to the recent statement of union minster for health and family welfare, Ghulam Nabi Azad that the coalition in the state has failed to trickle down,  Kamal said that Azad has no assessment of the ground situation here and that he must figure out the lapses of the present government so that the same could be rectified.

Kamal further stated that the statement from Azad’s desk about the coalition dharma is ‘unfortunate’ and that he should have respected the coordination of the government over various subtle issues pertaining to the state. “We (NC-Cong) worked in unison and always resolved the issues with the amicable manner.”

Commenting over the pre-poll alliance with the Congress here, Kamal remarked that history bears witness to the fact that NC never forged any pre-poll alliance with the Congress here and that both the parties should contest separately so that the representative character could get emerged of  both the parties. “We should we thrust the candidates to the people. It is the democracy wherein people must be given the choice of the candidates they want to vote for. NC and Congress must field the candidates separately.” (KNS)

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