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Kamal vows to dislodge Azad
ASEM MOHIUDDIN
BARAMULLA, Nov 17: Additional general secretary of National Conference (NC) Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal today said he will write to Congress high command and ask them to dislodge the union health minister Ghulam Nabi Azad from ministry for his recent utterances against him.

Kamal was talking to media persons after addressing a gathering of party workers here. Azad had recently stated that apology was not the enough for the remarks of NC leader that India is the enemy of Jammu and Kashmir

“I am senior to him and he should have respect for me. I do not know truth would be so soar for him(Azad). Let him go to sky and I will see what he can do,” Kamal rebuffed.

The NC leader stated that while Pakistan is responsible for the outbreak of insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir, government of India has hurt state government many times since 1953.

He said that central government is directly responsible for the crisis created due to the hardships of people in state.

“Everybody knows that what central government did to us in 1953 and in 1977 when they dislodged Sheikh Sahab despite having majority in assembly. Then they formed the government with just twelve members which never happened in the history of state and again

disempowered Ghulam Mohammad Shah in two years,” Kamal told media-persons after addressing the gathering of party workers in Baramulla district of north Kashmir.

Stating that Sheikh Abdullah had no accord with Government of India (GoI) in 1953, he termedthat as “compromise” between the two leaders to improve the living standard of people of the state.

“Sheikh sahib had no accord in 1953 with GoI and had just compromised to improve the living standard of people. People at those times were starving and the economy of state was completely shattered,” he said.

Kamal said that the policy of central government towards Kashmir doesn’t go in right direction and ignores the genuine demands of National Conference which could ease out the sufferings of people.

“Pakistan stands chief accused for creating militancy in state. But for our basic issues within the state, GoI is responsible,’’ he accused and said that things cannot be settled down when the country where the future of state rests is in denial mode.

He said in case India abandons the efforts on political front for the resolution of Kashmir issue, the sixth war will be nuclear between the two countries.

“The roots of hatred and division over Jammu and Kashmir dates back to 1947 partition and for those Hindu communal forces are mostly responsible,” he said.

The firebrand party leader said that India has formed many committees to find the solution to the issue but never endorsed their recommendations.

He said that whenever he spoke for the dialogue, people brand him as anti-national.

Kamal, however, blamed Peoples Democratic Party for the outbreak of insurgency in state.

He, while addressing the gathering of workers, said that former deputy chief minister and senior opposition leader, Muzaffer Hussain Beig was the clerk of the then governor Jagmohan Malhotra and Mufti Mohammad Sayeed was deliberately “planted” as the first Muslim Home Minister in the central government.

“Beig was the advocate general of Jagmohan and he was working as Munshi for him. Mufti Mohammad Sayeed was deliberately appointed as the Muslim Home Minister by central government who then created the bloodshed in Kashmir,” he told party workers.

He said that PDP bagged some seats in 2002 and 2008 assembly elections after Jamaat-e-Islami and a militant group supported them.

“The party will never form the government again. Even the GoI showed regrets when PDP came into power in 2002,” Kamal challenged.
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News Updated at : Sunday, November 18, 2012
 
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