‘We can go to any extent to defeat intentions of Centre

‘We can go to any extent to defeat intentions of Centre

Fight with China not with Kashmiris, Mehbooba to New Delhi

Raouf Dar

Srinagar Oct 29 : Slamming the administration for foiling PDP’s protest against new land law, it’s president Mehbooba Mufti Thursday asked Centre to fight with China who killed 20 Indian soldiers in Ladakh.

“You are using suppressive measures on people of J&K. But why don’t you fight with China who killed our 20 soldiers. You can try to suppress us but we will foil your plans for which we can go to any extent,” Mehbooa told reporters at her residence as per news agency Kashmir Indepth News Service (KINS).

She claimed there was lawlessness. “Laws are being passed illegally. People of Jammu and Ladakh have also realised intensions of New Delhi,” she said.
“PDP workers were peacefully protesting against land law passed by BJP govt to loot J&K land. Our workers were arrested and I wasn’t allowed to meet them. Neither civil society nor politicians can talk here, the entire J&K has been converted into a jail,”she said.

Earlier, authorities on Thursday morning foiled PDP’s protest against the new land law in Jammu and Kashmir.
Since morning, heavy deployment of security personnel was made in and around PDP office in Srinagar.
Eye witnesses told news agency Kashmir Indepth News Service (KINS) that area around PDP office was sealed by the police to foil proposed protest of the PDP. Several PDP leaders were also arrested.

In her tweet, PDP president said, “PDP office in Srinagar sealed by J&K admin & workers arrested for organising a peaceful protest. A similar protest was allowed in Jammu  so why was it thwarted here? Is this your definition of ‘normalcy’ thats being showcased in the world?”

Mehbooba, who recently formed the People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration with National Conference president Farooq Abdullah and others for restoration of the special status, has been unapproving of the recently passed law that delimits sale of non-agricultural land in Jammu and Kashmir.

The Jammu and Kashmir land law was revised by the Centre last week as the Ministry of Home Affairs said no domicile or permanent resident certificate is required for purchasing non-agricultural land in the erstwhile state. (KINS)


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