Opposition National Conference on Monday alleged that Government of India has failed to recognize Kashmir a political issue. The party said that Kashmir is not a law and order problem but is a political issue that anyhow is to be resolved.
Calling National Conference patron, Dr Farooq Abdullah, a ‘chameleon’, Hurriyat Conference (G) on Saturday said that the statement made by the former chief minister wherein he had stated the youth joining militant ranks
National Conference on Monday said that India and Pakistan need to sit at the table and share each others perspectives, no matter how difficult the issues are, including extremism that damages the bilateral relations.
The major opposition party in J&K Legislature, National Conference, on Saturday lashed at the PDP led government over the “neglect” of Srinagar city.“PDP feigns fake sympathy for Srinagar while out of power
Terming the decision of attaching Public Distribution System and providing government ration to only those having Aadhar Cards as an arrow shot in darkness, National Conference here has demanded rolling back of this decision unless 100% Coverage
J&K Government on Tuesday claimed that it was NC-Congress coalition which first issued domicile certificates to West Pakistan Refugees.Finance Minister, Dr Haseeb Drabu, said it was National Conference
A day after the two civilians were killed in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district, the opposition parties on Monday said that the continuous civilian killings are “bound to trigger unrest in the Valley again”.
Opposition National Conference on Monday alleged that the stranded passengers in Jammu were left in lurch byb the PDP-BJP coalition government in view of the Srinagar-Jammu closure, however, an official spokesperson said that Deputy Commission
Defending the Speaker's decision to adjourn the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly sine die following a ruckus, Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Thursday blamed the Opposition for not being interested in continuation of the legislature as “they had no i
education minister and government spokesperson Naeem Akhtar here on Wednesday blamed the opposition for sine die adjournment of the House by the Speaker as he said that for the first time in the parliamentary history of the State even the staf
Main opposition, National Conference, on Tuesday welcomed Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s statement in the Legislative Assembly where she said there was “no bigger anti-national act” than “raking up Article 370 and Article 35A repeatedly”