Mehbooba stands no chance to absolve herself of havoc she played as CM: NC
Srinagar, DEC 31: Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Monday said that Mehbooba Mufti stands no chance to gloss over wanton killings and maiming she presided over during her stint as chief ministership.
Addressing workers from different party of valley here at party headquarters party’s general secretary Haji Ali Muhammad Sagar said that fiddling with Muslim Shariya Law is not acceptable to us and that whole process is being executed by the ruling BJP to leverage poll benefits. “The recent drubbing of BJP, however has made it pretty clear that people have now rejected BJP as a ‘Jhumla” party,” he said adding that people still recount how Mehbooba Ji continued surrendering before BJP during her tenure as Chief minister.
“BJP government has been mulling to come up with a bill criminalizing triple Talaq since long. But Mehbooba Ji didn’t raise the issue with her former ally at any forum when she was hand in gloves with them. I fail to understand that what purpose her statements serve now. People won’t exonerate her. No matter how much gimmickry she plays around, she cannot absolve herself of murdering the trust of people by joining hands with the same BJP which is on a spree of annihilating Muslim identity in India by name change of cities and fiddling with Muslim personal laws.”
Sagar said that there is no denying to the fact as to how she shamelessly surrendered before BJP to satiate her appetite for tyranny. “It is sickening to see her shed crocodile tears over the ordeals Kashmiris are faced with, given the fact she ruled Kashmir for 1130 days and during those days she presided over 237 civilian killings,1025 blindings, and more than 30,000 arrests,” he said.
Sagar said that Mufti presided over 18 massacres in Kashmir from Handwara to Gawkadal and that his daughter proved equally detrimental for the people of Kashmir. “The south Kashmir areas are worst affected. The landscape presents a charged look. The unbridled CASO’s, arrests, civilian killings have turned south Kashmir into a sea of Melancholy. Kashmiris are not that guile to be moved by crocodile tears,” he said.
Sagar while condemning the ruckus created by some errant elements inside Jamia Masjid said, “It was during Mehboobaji’s tenure that people were stopped from offering prayers at Jamia Masjid Srinagar. It is for the first time that Jamia Masjid was kept under siege for 18 months. Now she has the gumption to condemn recent excesses at Jamia Masjid.”
Among others provincial president Nasir Aslam wani, north zone president Muhammad Akbar lone, south zone president Dr Basher Ahmad Veeri, district president Peer afaq, Qaisar Jamsheed Lone, Ghulam Rasool Naz were also present.