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Farooq Abdullah can’t dare to raise finger on Pakistan: Raman Suri
Tricolours, lamps to justify August 5 victory of “Good over Evil”
8/5/2020 12:03:32 AM
Early times Report

JAMMU, Aug 4: “Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Dr Farooq Abdullah’s statement that abrogation of erstwhile State’s special status has neither ushered in development nor put an end to terrorism, is a complete bias and one sided story, wherein he forgot to tell the world that this time it is not the young Kashmiri boys but militants who are getting killed every day. He also forgot to tell that Pakistan, which had been aiding and abetting militancy since long, is on a back foot and its sponsored Hurriyat leaders too have started disassociating themselves from their disillusioned movement that had brought in deaths and destruction in Kashmir Valley”.
This was stated by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) J&K Executive Member Raman Suri, who added that Farooq Abdullah also forgot to tell the world that how their regional parties, backed by Congress, never empowered Panchayats and local bodies which empower people at village and town levels. The former chief minister, by raking up 1999 hijacking case, also tried to glorify anti-India campaigns and failed to compliment Kashmir youth for not indulging in stone pelting. This perceptible change in the system of functioning and peace, that is dawning on UT of Jammu and Kashmir, is not being digested by Abdullahs, he added.
Raman Suri said, had Farooq Abdullah been so compassionate towards Kashmiri, he would have given equal rights to women, supported Tripple Talaq Bill and not named every second building in the name of his father and relatives. By keeping a considerable population of Kashmir into dark, underdeveloped, illiterate and cut off from rest of the world, such leaders like Abdullahs and Muftis ruled to enjoy brute powers. Now that they stand exposed in front of their own people, whom they used to say Article 370 and 35A can never be abrogated, they are trying to justify their wrongs that they had been doing with people of Kashmir.
Raman Suri reminded Farooq Abdullah that how, during his misrule, people suffered and were alienated from mainstream. Commoners never had access to corridors of power and how BJP leader Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee was arrested in Kashmir for unfurling the Tricolour. Today, when biggest ever tunnel has been named after Syama Prasad Mookerjee and self-styled names of Sher-e-Kashmir are being dropped from various institutions, Abdullahs can read the writing on the wall that their ill deeds are going to fall into oblivion.
The UT of Jammu and Kashmir is witnessing massive development. Women are feeling liberated and safe, young boys and girls are studying in IIT, IIM and other prestigious institutions, local bodies are getting empowered with which powers will be decentralised and militancy is on last legs, which should be an eye opener for Abdullahs and Muftis, who destroyed the erstwhile state to the core.
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