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NC-Congress seek votes to keep away ‘RSS’

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Srinagar: National and Conference leaders hold a joint core group meeting at Housing colony Khannabal in Annatnag on Tuesday to discuss the strategy for upcoming by-elections of Anantanag and Srinagar parliamentary constituencies.

The senior leaders of both the parties including joint candidate for Anantnag Parliamentary constituency, GA Mir.

Both the parties discussed the strategy for upcoming by-elections of Islamabad and Srinagar parliamentary constituencies. While talking to media G. A Mir said that atmosphere were not conducive for the pols adding that it is the ruling party who certified better situation in valley to ECI resulting  into the announcements of polls.

Meanwhile Ali Mohd Sagar along with the G.A. Mir said that they will seek votes to keep away the “RSS” from the state adding that only then peace and harmony prevails in the state.

They said that the PDP-BJP coalition has worked against their own agenda on which they sought votes in the assembly elections of 2014.

“Instead of healing touch and employment generation PDP-BJP coalition used pallets and bullets against the hapless Kashmiris”, they said.

Both the leaders added that the people of Kashmir can differentiate between good and bad adding that they have faith on the people that they will vote for their candidate.


The leaders felt confident of winning both Srinagar and Ananatnag Lok Sabha seats with a thumping majority, as the people have decided to vote against the ruling dispensation, for the fact, PDP has miserably failed to deliver on ground, besides making various compromises on the urges and aspirations of people for the sake of coming into power.

Both the parties discussed the overall socio political scenario obtaining in the State and blamed the PDP BJP misrule and mismanagement at all levels. People are suffering badly due to the wrong and anti-people policies of the Ruling dispensation and urged upon the people to defeat the   PDP BJP Coalition, as this is the opportune time for them to decide the future of Kashmir and its people.

The leaders of both INC and NC emphasized the need for working together to defeat the fascist and communal forces, who have made inroads in the state with the full cooperation and help by the PDP BJP.

The meeting reminded the people of 2014 Elections, which has proved turning point in the history of Jammu and Kashmir, as for the first time, the Communal forces have been able to establish their base even in the valley due to the compromises made by the BJP for the power, as a result, there is a great discontent among the people not only in the valley, but in the entire state.

On this occasion G.A.Mir said people have realized that they have been misled by PDP after securing votes on sensitive issues and he felt confident, that this time people will not vote for the PDP, for the fact, this party has failed the people in every respect.

Both the NC and INC Leaders appealed people to vote for joint NC INC Candidate G.A. Mir and ensure his victory with a thumping majority, as the victory of G.A. Mir will be the defeat to communal forces, who are active in the State with the support of PDP.

They accused PDP of making compromises on the issues they had secured votes from the people, but this time the situation is not favourable to PDP, as people have rejected PDP for its ant- people and wrong policies.

The meeting was presided over by J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President Mr. G.A. Mir and attended by former PCC President Peerzada Mohd Syed, NC General Secretary Ali Mohd Sagar, Former Minister Sakina Itoo, Taj Mohi U Din ( I/C South Kashmir)  Legislators Altaf Kaloo, Dr. Bashir Ahmad Veeri, Mohd Amin Bhat, Gulzar Ahmad Wani, Abdul Majid larmi  and other senior leaders of Congress and National Conference from South Kashmir.

Those who addressed the meeting included Mohd Anwar Bhat, Hilal Ahmad Shah Surinder Singh Channi, Farooq Ahmad Ganie, Dr. Mohd Shafi, Adv. Reyaz Ahmad Khan, Adv, Suhail and others.

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