‘So-called rulers lying about separate colonies, industrial policy’

SRINAGAR: So called rulers are playing hypocritical poli¬tics and lying about separate colonies and industrial policy. Statement of so-called industries minister in which he has said that industrial policy has been implemented from 15th March 2016 has exposed this hypocriti¬cal politics of PDP /BJP coali¬tion. Also the news about identi¬fication of land in many districts for Pandit colonies is also com¬ing and a new phase of custodial killings has been started by the rulers of which martyrdom of sheikh Tanveer Sultan of Bemi¬na is an example are acts of op¬pression that are going on.

People of Kashmir stand against these conspiratorial plots of RSS backed PDP/BJP regime and we appeal to all Kashmiris to hold peaceful protests against these on Friday 17th June 2016 after Friday prayers. This was stated by APHC (G) chairman Syed Ali Shah Gee¬lani, APHC (M) chairman Mir¬waiz Muhammad Umer Farooq and JKLF Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik in a joint statement issued to the press today.

A joint consultation meeting between the three leaders was held in which leaders deliber¬ated upon the recent statement of so-called industries minister in which he has said that indus¬trial policy stands implemented from March 15th this year and there was no case to revive it. 

News about the allocation of land for Pandit colonies in vari¬ous districts was also discussed and leaders also took note of the custodial killing of a youth sheikh Tanveer sultan of Be¬mina. During the consultation meeting leaders said that so-called government was trying to hoodwink people of Kashmir by their blatant lies and hypocriti¬cal politics on separate colonies and industrial policy issues. 

Leaders said that recently in so-called assembly so-called chief minister said that industrial policy will be revived. 





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