“Some are in a hurry to remove the word ‘state’ from everything as if J&K had never been a state or its state will not be rebuilt. When I came from Srinagar via Mughal Road, I saw a highway.
(SRTC) trucks where the word condition was removed with paint.
“They have changed the name of the company from JKSRTC to JKRTC even as the government is committed to rebuilding the state … We are not ready to accept defeat. Let them try their best, we will continue our struggle peacefully for the restoration of our rights, dignity, identity and honor, “said Abudllah, addressing party workers in the Poonch border district.
He said the National Assembly would not take to the streets and would not ask Poonch residents to do so but to take care of their arrest and fire shots and tear gas.
“We will not take laws into our own hands, disrupt peace or let people fight with each other. We will continue our struggle peacefully,” he said.
Abdullah said the national conference would knock on all appropriate doors to ensure that the rights of the people were restored and that they were given justice.
With reference to the Supreme Court’s decision to consider registration after the summer holidays, there are grounds for opposition to the Center’s decision to repeal Clause 370.
“We are of the opinion that what happened (in August 2019) was unconstitutional and illegal. There is a delay in the house of God, but there is no darkness. It may take a while but we will wait, “he said, adding” my heart says we will receive justice and I believe in it. ”
He warned the people against attempts to divide them on the basis of religion and region, saying “we have suffered a lot and we need to stand united to pull J&K out of this moorland.
In a clear reference to the BJP, he said: “They are trying to weaken us, divide us, suppress us and are playing with the future of our future generations. You have to make the right decision at the right time (in parliamentary elections). ) to get rid of them and protect your future. ”
He said the BJP-led government had not kept a single promise made to the people of Jammu and Kashmir at the same time as it justified its decision to withdraw Article 370 and divide J&K into the federal states of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
“They claimed that Article 370 was the biggest obstacle to bringing peace and normalcy to Jammu and Kashmir. Two and a half years have passed, I do not see any peace. In Kashmir, people are still being killed. Inside their homes and now they even started targeting people in public offices, “he said, referring to the recent murder of a Kashmiri Pandit employee at the Tehsil office in Budgam and a special police officer in Pulwama province.
He said fears had increased as people lost their sense of security because the government had failed to provide them with protection.
“We were told that Article 370 was the reason for the creation of separatist ideals and its abolition would change the views and ideology of separatists,” Abdullah said, adding that there are some young people who want to take up arms and go the “wrong way” despite knowing the fact that they will be killed within a week, month or six months.
They are misleading the people by saying that everything is fine, he said.
“People were told that NC and others were the obstacle to development. Where is that development? I resigned as prime minister eight years ago and Mehbooba Mufti from PDP about four years ago. J&K has been under central government since 2018 but the development is nowhere to be seen. “He said.
He continued his rage against the central government, saying that they were talking about large-scale industrialization, but “the fact is that no new industry has come here in the last four years”.
“Our industry is on the verge of collapse. Every six months, they are picking up people from Arab countries and letting them travel around the valley to get photographic opportunities where no one from our industry in the country volunteered to invest in Kashmir.”
He said that tourists visiting Jammu and Srinagar were good, but expressed concern that these visits would not “benefit” the people living in the remote villages of Poonch and other provinces.
“Tourists come and go, but it is unfortunate that they have not been able to put a new area on the tourism map for the past four years,” said Abdullah.
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