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Guv should ensure end to civilian killings: Omar
‘PDP-BJP alliance pushed J&K into turmoil, uncertainty’
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SRINAGAR, Jul 11: National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah today said that Governor N N Vohra should ensure an end to civilian killings.

He was addressing NC’s legislature party meeting here.

“The continued loss of precious lives is unacceptable and a matter of grave concern and all possible steps should be taken to prevent any further loss of lives,” Omar said.

He alleged that the youth of the state are being pushed further away due to the failure to prevent civilian killings and this remains a matter of concern and alarm.

Omar said that the PDP-BJP alliance had left the state brutalized and stoked unprecedented alienation, especially among the youth. “The PDP-BJP alliance has pushed Jammu and Kashmir into the throes of turmoil and uncertainty and the rank opportunism that formed the basis of their politics has not only alienated the people but also created chasms between the three regions of the state. We have witnessed rampant persecution, injustices and widespread corruption while this alliance was at the helm of power,” the NC vice president said.

He said the “shamelessness and lack of perspective is evidenced by how Mehbooba Mufti, in a scripted TV interview to a private channel from Delhi, had all the time to remember the imaginary failures of her predecessors but had no words of sympathy for the people of the state and failed to acknowledge how much her government and that of Late Mufti Sahab brutalised and persecuted the people over the past more than three years.”

He stated that Mehbooba Mufti owes the people of J&K an apology and this apology needs to be delivered without hiding behind smokescreens and the victim-hood of being removed from power. The people of J&K are the only victims here and Mehbooba Mufti owes them an unconditional apology, Omar Abdullah said.

The NC vice president said that Mehbooba Mufti’s arrogance had driven her own leaders away and this was another indication of her contempt towards the mandate of 2014 and also her refusal to respect the sentiments of the people at large. “Mehbooba Ji has lost the faith of her own leaders due to her arrogance and flawed policies,” NC leader said.

He said that it was none other than her own brother and former tourism minister who said PDP and BJP were ‘partners in crime’. “In order to become the chief minister and to enjoy the spoils of power, Mehbooba Mufti ended up bartering the interests of the state to the highest bidders while ridiculously reserving the right to criticize her own alliance partner simultaneously. This policy of running with the hare, while hunting with the hound has no takers and the people of the State have realized the scale and extent of PDP’s deceit and betrayal,” he added.

Reiterating the demand for the dissolution of the state legislative assembly, the NC vice president said the party believes this was a necessary requirement to end the ongoing phase of uncertainty and speculations that are adding to the sense of cynicism among the people.

“We have and will continue to demand for the dissolution of the assembly. The situation in the state at present is not conducive for the conduct of elections and the governor’s administration should take all possible steps to restore normalcy and a sense of security in the people before a democratic exercise can take place,” he said.


News Updated at : Thursday, July 12, 2018
 
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