SRINAGAR: National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah on Monday said that the political boundaries which were drawn by New Delhi between Kargil and the rest of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, 2019 have failed to divide them. Omar Abdullah is on a two-day tour to Kargil.
According to NC statement, Omar arrived at Drass to a very rousing welcome by the party’s local unit functionaries. Among others Party’s Provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani, Senior leader Qamar Ali Akhoon, Haji Hanifa Jan, Deputy Political Secretary to VP Mudassar Shahmiri were also accompanying the vice President on his Kargil tour.
JKNC Vice-President @OmarAbdullah addressed party workers at Drass. Among others Provincial President (Kashmir) @nasirsogami, Senior leader Qamar Ali Akhoon, Deputy Political Secretary @Shahmiri_ were also present on the occasion. #OmarToursKargil pic.twitter.com/W4c3f0KmfK
— JKNC (@JKNC_) October 31, 2022
Addressing the workers at Drass, Omar said that the political boundaries which were drawn by New Delhi between Kargil and the rest of Jammu and Kashmir on 5th of August, 2019 are devoid of people’s mandate and will not stop them from speaking up for the region. He said the boundaries that have been forced on people have failed to divide them.
He also said that the party’s MPs have been raising the issues concerning the people in Kargil, and Drass in the Parliament, despite them not representing the regions.
Felicitating the newly appointed party Block Presidents of Upper and Lower Drass Blocks of Drass, Omar said, “I hope the newly appointed block Presidents will work with unity to face the challenges ahead. I appreciate my local colleagues, workers and delegates for the warm welcome they accorded me with,” he said.