Sunday, November 25, 2012


“Law & Order situation in J&K is directly related to the resolution of the political issues of the state”: Darakhshan
SDP organizes public rally at Diwar in Lolab
                     Socialistic Democratic Party today organized a public rally at Dewar in Lolab Assembly Constituency. It was the first public gathering of the party after the culmination of the first phase of the door to door campaign of the party in the area led by the SDP Party In-charge of Lolab Ali Jan Khan who presented his welcome address in which he highlighted the problems of the people of the area. SDP leaders Bashir Ahmad Shah, Abdul Qayoom Wani, Fayyaz Ahmad and  Abdul Rasheed War were also present on the occasion. Dr Darakhshan Andrabi in her address said that Lolab has suffered a lot during the last two decades as this was a prime disturbance location and again the government has paid least attention to the development and generation of employment in the area which has dejected the people of this beautiful border area. “The law and order situation in the area is still not good as claimed by the government and its security agencies because the main political issue of Jammu& Kashmir is left unresolved. And this prolonged delay in the resolution of the political issue of J&K is giving birth to hundreds and thousands of issues that have made the life of the people of the state a hell,” said Dr Darakhshan. She said that the Central government has been deceiving the people of the state by Round Table Conferences, State-Centre Agreements, and by sending Interlocutors etc and thus complicating the issues at the ground level. SDP President said that peace and development was conditional to the resolution of the political issues of the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Dr Andrabi said that the announcements of Special Recruitment Packages by the Prime Minister of India like his other announcements have not seen the light of the day even after the lapse of so many years. “Our local political leaders from NC, PDP and Congress during their spells as the rulers have only played the role of ‘cheer boys’ for the rulers of Delhi and thus compromised the rights of the people of J&K. The resentment among masses is the resentment against the ruling policy of New Delhi and the local political leaders too,” said Dr Andrabi.

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