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Apni Party will struggle for empowerment of people: Bukhari
11/30/2020 11:36:27 PM

SRINAGAR, Nov 30: Apni Party President Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Monday pledged to continue with his struggle against the political disempowerment of people of Jammu and Kashmir that came to a full circle last year by turning a State into a Union Territory.
Addressing the party’s campaign convention at Khannabal in district Anantnag, Bukhari said that Apni party will ensure that J&K gets its Statehood back and till then the Party will work for protection of land and jobs for the residents of Jammu and Kashmir.
“Apni Party considers August 5, 2019 as a black day in J&K’s history. Not only Article 370 and 35-A were scrapped but our State was bifurcated into two Union Territories (UT) of J&K and Ladakh. Apni Party is committed to fight for restoration of special status in the Supreme Court but till that goal is achieved, we can’t sit with our fingers crossed,” Bukhari observed.
He said that the Apni Party hopes that the verdict of the Supreme Court comes as a sigh of relief for the people of Jammu and Kashmir. “Last year’s political decisions have not been taken easily by the people of J&K. We can’t wait for that verdict of the Hon’ble Supreme Court on the August 5, 2019 decisions. We will have to strive for protection of our domicile rights on land and jobs in order to have legal safeguards in our hands,” Bukhari remarked.
He said that the Apni Party has adopted a two pronged strategy—one to follow the lawsuit for restoration of special status to J&K in the Apex Court and second to strive for comprehensive domicile laws for protection of land and jobs for the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Bukhari said the Apni Party has explicitly explained that the domicile law on lands in J&K is unacceptable to it and needs to be replaced with a new law as per the aspirations of people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Speaking on this occasion, senior vice president Ghulam Hassan Mir expressed hope and confidence that people of district Anantnag like other parts of J&K will come forward to support and vote for the Apni Party candidates in DDC elections so that they are empowered to work for the holistic development of this district.
Apni Party General Secretary Rafi Ahmad Mir who also addressed the convention observed that the signatories of Gupkar Alliance have miserably failed to deliver on their promises made with the people.
The convention was also addressed by former legislator and Party’s District President Anantnag Abdul Rahim Rather, Nazir Ahmad Wani (Dailgami), provincial secretary Kashmir.
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