Farooq Asks People To Make Rational Choice In Assembly Polls


KANGAN — Jammu and Kashmir National Conference President Dr. Faroooq Abdullah on Saturday said the people of the state have to make a rational choice for the greater interests of the state in the forthcoming Assembly elections.

Addressing a gathering of devotees at Baba Nagri Kangan, party president said, “Forces inimical to the interests of the state will use all possible means to influence the process of elections. However during the just concluded elections to parliament we the people audaciously dispirited the resolve of such forces. We have won the first battle but the biggest battle is ahead of us, we should not let complacency overwhelm us. The state is facing a perilous situation in the wake of numerous attacks on its identity, and unity. But by not letting the demon of disunity divide us we can take such forces head on.”

“Let me tell you that one who reposes his or her faith in Allah Almighty and his Prophet (PBUH) no one can harm you. If Allah intends good for us, then none can repel his favor which he causes to reach whom he wills among his servants. He is all pardoning and merciful,” a party statement quoted him as saying.

“Good, evil, benefit and harm only comes from Allah alone and no one has power over these things. So we should trust Him alone and continue with our struggle. Allah destroyed the entire non-compliant and spiteful person like Namrood and Pheroun.  Inshallah he will destroy the contemporary Namroods and Pherouns too. I pray to Almighty Allah to save our state from the political shenanigans of evil forces. I ask for his mercy and forgiveness.”


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