PDP, NC unprincipled, power hungry: Hurriyat (G)

Srinagar: While terming the PDP, NC and other pro-Indian political parties as ‘unprincipled, power hungry and selfish,’ Hurriyat Conference (G) Monday alleged that their first and last goal is to achieve the power and for this, they can go to any extent.

Hurriyat (G) spokesman Ayaz Akbar said that during the campaigning of recently held election, these parties were although talking high in the favour of Kashmir and its people but during the government formation they are busy in the run of getting ministerial berths and they have thrown all these promises and words into the dustbin.

“During the election campaigning, all these parties although termed the BJP as communal and prohibited party and termed the Narendera Modi as killer of the innocent Muslims of Gujarat but in the worry of forming the government, they have forgotten all those words and they are now concerned with the power only, howsoever it will come,” he said.

“The role of these parties since 1947 has never been in the favour of Kashmir or its people and the article 370 towards which they are frequently referring to, has been rendered hollow by these parties itself and it is today mentioned in papers only and appears nowhere on the ground,” Akbar alleged.

While commenting over their policy of delaying the ‘so-called’ government formation, the Hurriyat (G) spokesman said, “These people are senior players in the field of politics and by doing this they want to give an impression to the common people that they are very much concerned for the betterment of the people.”

“The delay caused in the so-called government formation is not due to the ideological differences between them but it is due to the materialistic differences because every party wants maximum share in the cabinet so that they can have maximum benefits. They are more concerned towards the funds than the honour, dignity and the benefits of the common Kashmiris,” he alleged. “These daily wagers of India are fully aware of this fact that the BJP is proceeding with a mission and they will only use them in implementation of their own agenda in Kashmir.”

Akbar said that NC has although played their role in the BJP government in the past and as a home minister of India, Mufti Sayed has proven that their status is nothing “but the helpers of New Delhi and their politics has no principle and no clear policy.”

The spokesman said that whoever will form the “so-called government, the Jammu & Kashmir will be ruled directly by the Indian home minister.”

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