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National Conference on Wednesday lashed out at the PDP-BJP Alliance and said the alliance was forged by covert agencies years ago to destabilize the State and weaken its regional voices. Addressing party workers at Town Hall Kupwara, Senior National Conference Leader and Former Minister, Choudhary Mohammad Ramzan said the extension of Central Laws and Examinations to J&K had made the intentions of the PDP-BJP Alliance evident.
“The erosion of Article 370 is the final aim of the PDP-BJP alliance. This opportunistic alliance was forged to first make Late Mufti Sahab and then Mehbooba Mufti the Chief Minister of the State. Mehbooba Mufti has been tasked with the duty of eroding Article 370 and discrediting the institutions of the State one by one. The extension of NEET into J&K is the latest example. When the PDP-BJP Alliance extended NFSA to J&K, they cast their first stone against Article 370 and the State’s special status”, Choudhary Mohammad Ramzan said while addressing party delegates and workers from Kupwara District on the occasion of Kupwara District President’s election.
On this occasion NC Leader and MLC Qaiser Jamsheed Lone was unanimously re-elected as District President Kupwara by the party delegates.
Speaking on the occasion Senior NC Leader and Former Minister Mir Saifullah asked the party delegates and workers to strengthen the party at the grassroots level and said party leaders are all united by the same mission of strengthening the party and serving the people of the State. Mir Saifullah said National Conference was committed to the restoration of Internal Autonomy and would leave no stone un-turned to safeguard Article 370 and the State’s special status.
Qaiser Jamsheed Lone thanked the party leaders and delegates for reposing faith in him and pledged to strengthen the party in the District and be at the disposal of the people.
The gathering was also addressing by Senior NC Leader Kafil-ur-Rehman and NC Provincial Secretary Kashmir, Advocate Showkat Ahmed Mir. Various party office bearers and activists were present on the occasion.