Cong asks people to oppose wrong policies of Centre towards J&K

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Nov 18: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) today urged the people to rise to the occasion to oppose the wrong policies of the Centre towards J&K. The Party also demanded time bound judicial enquiry into the Hyderpora encounter.
JKPCC President Ghulam Ahmad Mir has said that it was the high time when people should come out and seek explanation from BJP Government over the current situation and losses caused to people due to its’ wrong polices towards J&K.
Mir made these comments while addressing a public meeting in Awantipora area of Pulwama district, which was part of Party’s Jan Jagran Abhiyaan and slammed the Centre for the current situation in J&K. It is the right time when people should come out and seek positive response to their concerns, apprehensions and the miseries they have been facing due to the policies adopted by the BJP Govt at Centre towards J&K, Mir added and said that Centre should work to win the hearts of the people, who are living in fear due to the human losses.
“J&K is marred with misrule and mismanagement of things on the part of Centre Government, which will continue to remain responsible for the current security situation, rising unemployment, economic crisis fear in the hearts and minds of people to be seen amongst the people due to the killings of civilians, security and police personnel,” JKPCC president said.
Mir told the Centre Government to come out of the deep slumber and change its policy towards J&K people, besides addressing the concerns of people on account of security, economic crisis, highest rate of unemployment and various other issues confronting people in Kashmir as well as in Jammu.
On the occasion, JKPCC president reiterated that Government should order time bound judicial enquiry into Hyderpora encounter and deliver justice to the slain innocent civilians.
JKPCC vice president Haji Abdul Rashid Dar, spokesperson Bashir Ahmad Magrey, Gulzar Ahmad Wani (former legislator), general secretary Surinder Singh Channi, DCC president Umer Jaan, Mahila vice president Shameema Raina, Javed Magrey and various other leaders addressed gathering and urged the people to join Congress Party in the fight against the injustice, discrimination and restoration of democratic rights in J&K.