NC, BJP biggest beneficiaries of militancy, bloodshed: Tak

MLC Firdous Tak with PDP supporters at Kishtwar on Tuesday.
MLC Firdous Tak with PDP supporters at Kishtwar on Tuesday.

Excelsior Correspondent

KISHTWAR, Jan 1: Asserting that there cannot be any alternate to People’s Democratic Party for its vision of peace, dignity and reconciliation, senior party leader and MLC Firdous Tak today said the National Conference (NC) was the “biggest and direct” beneficiary of bloodshed and militancy in J&K and it encouraged the instability in the State for its vicious political interests.
The PDP leader also blamed the NC leadership for allowing BJP to establish its base in J&K , which is now using surrendered militants and anti-militancy grid in Chenab Valley to destabilize peace and secularism in the region.
While addressing party workers in a convention held in Marwah area of Kishtwar, Mr Tak claimed that the party patron Mufti Muhammad Sayeed even forced the right wing BJP to adopt its programme. “BJP accepted all the conditions in agenda of alliance formulated before formation of the previous coalition Government. We were able to change the ideologies of NC, Congress and even BJP on Kashmir”, he said.
Taking BJP and its leadership head-on for the attempts to revive anti-militancy grid in Chenab Region, Mr Tak alleged that the party wanted to use this machinery for its political gains. “While the National Conference got the direct benefit of bloodshed and militancy in J&K, the Saffron party, which was allowed to establish its base by the NC, achieved its political goals through anti-militancy grid in the State,” he said and alleged that both the parties worked in league to create mess, bloodshed and disturbance in the State.
He accused the BJP of using surrendered militants in Chenab Valley for achieving its political goals which are aimed at disturbing peace in the region. “What relations BJP has with these surrendered militants who are carrying the BJP’s flag and supporting it in Chenab Valley?” the MLC questioned.
The PDP MLC declared that he would leave the politics if he had to compromise with his conscience like other politicians who bartered away the interests of people for securing their own political career.

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