Kamal terms Hassan Mir a ‘stooge of agencies’

Srinagar: National Conference Candidate from 14- Gulmarg constituency Dr Mustafa Kamal Friday submitted his nomination papers before the Returning Officer at Tangmarg.

In a statement a spokesman of the party said Kamal was taken in an open gypsy from his home to the office of Returning officer accompanied by his weaving and cheering supporters. He was accompanied by Showkat Ahmed Mir Provincial Secretary and other office bearers later he was taken to the venue of a well attended public meeting nearby.

In his speech he congratulated the people for their heavy turnout enthusiasm and complemented them for keeping the legacy of Sher-I-Kashmir Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah alive and vibrant despite repeated attempts over the years to destroy it. “We all are indebted to him for making us the masters of our land and for giving us freedom to choose our government through Adult Franchise and freedom of speech and expression, easy and affordable access to health and universal education, food security, power and potable water National Conference under his stewardship freed the people from centuries of serfdom and destitution,” he said.

Labeling Gulam Hussian Mir the DP (N) candidate as ‘stooge of agencies who has made vast fortunes in brazen whole scale corruption all these twelve years’  Kamal alleged, “Even he sold public property at Gulmarg and  Tangmarg which included one centrally heated hospital just to make money. He cautioned GOI to encourage such people and tendencies which has only gone to harm the overall National interests’ right from 1953 which was the watershed in souring of relations between J&K New Delhi.”

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