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Ahead of LS polls, NC trying to sell ‘old wine in new bottle’
3/3/2024 10:55:38 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 3: Ahead of Lok Sabha elections, National Conference is trying to sell “old wine in a new bottle” as its leaders are making an attempt to lure the voters by claiming that the party is working with an ultimate goal to secure Jammu & Kashmir’s identity.
NC president Dr Farooq Abdullah while addressing the party workers recently in Srinagar said: “NC’s policy is centered around bridging the gap between different sections of people irrespective of their region, religion or caste.
We have to work together to achieve the ultimate goal of securing our abridged rights. NC will continue to strive for the protection of J&Ks land, jobs and democratic rights which have been undermined over these years.”
An analyst while commenting upon Dr Farooq Abdullah’s statement said, “The NC president is making an attempt to tell the people that after abrogation of Article 370 J&K has los
The NC president is making an attempt to tell the people that after abrogation of Article 370 J&K has lost everything.
Someone needs to tell Farooq that people are aware that Article 370 won’t come back.
Revocation of special status has led to peace, prosperity and development in J&K.
Farooq should talk about the problems that NC can solve and not the ones which don’t fall in its domain.
everything and his party only can bring the scrapped Article back.”
He said, “It seems that someone needs to tell Farooq that people are aware that Article 370 won’t come back and its revocation has led to peace, prosperity and development in Jammu and Kashmir.” An observer while talking to Early Times said, “The NC should stop selling the old wine in a new bottle. The party has been left with nothing to sell.
The forthcoming parliamentary elections are not going to be a cakewalk for the party. Rather than telling the people that it would bring back what J&K has lost, the NC should focus on what it can do for the people.”
He said, “The party should talk about the problems that it can solve and not the ones which don’t fall in its domain. People are intelligent enough to differentiate between the theatrics and the genuine issues. It’s high time for NC leaders to stop hoodwinking the common people.”
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