Azad trying to instigate Kashmiris: NDPI

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Sept 25: National Democratic Party Indian (NDPI) State president Rajesh Gupta today said that on this juncture when the entire world is with India on repealing of Articles 370 & 35A, Ghuam Nabi Azad, the former Chief Minister of J&K who is also Rajya Sabha member from J&K, is trying to instigate Kashmiris.
In a statement issued here, Rajesh Gupta urged Union Home Minister Amit Shah to take cognizance of the statement of Ghulam Nabi Azad who said, situation is ‘very bad’ in Kashmir. Gupta appealed Amit Shah to restrict Ghulam Nabi Azad’s entry in Jammu and Kashmir and don’t allow such leaders to enter J&K who want to disturb the peace of the State.
The NDPI chief said Azad has no right to give such statements as it is all his gimmicks to disturb the peace of the State as he is already proved to be a failure as Chief Minister of the State. He said, Azad is misguiding the Nation and he forgot that during his tenure as Chief Minister of J&K, the Kashmir remains 100% closed for weeks together on several occasions but he never expressed his concern then.

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