GoI Planned Uri, Pulwama Attacks, Alleges NC’s Mustafa Kamal

SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Additional General Secretary Mustafa Kamal on Monday accused the government of India of planning the Pulwama and Uri attacks.

In an interview with news agency ANI, the Kashmiri politician said, “Almost clear that it was planned by Govt of India. We didn’t see their photos or bodies…Until it’s clear as to who’s the killer, all fingers point toward agencies of Govt of India…”

He also claimed that all those who were killed in Pulwama attack belonged to scheduled caste. The attack was carried on February 14, 2019.

In 2016, an attack was carried out on Indian army headquarters in Uri on 18 September by four Jaish-e-Mohammed militants. 19 army personnel were killed in the attack, and 19–30 others were injured.

The 2019 Pulwama attack occurred on 14 February 2019, when a convoy of vehicles carrying armed forces personnel on the Jammu–Srinagar highway was attacked by a vehicle-borne suicide bomber at Lethpora area. The attack killed 40 Central Reserve Police Force personnel.

National Conference leader Kamal further added that the agreements and declarations with Pakistan that the Indian government had finalised have not resulted in anything.

“Shimla agreement, Tashkent Declaration, Lahore Declaration with Pakistan, has not resulted in anything. People here in Jammu and Kashmir have been facing problems,” the NC leader Kamal said.

Referring to the relationship with the bordering countries Mustafa Kamal added that peace talks and meetings with the ministers can solve a lot of issues.

In further allegations, Kamal, who is also uncle to former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah said “Jammu and Kashmir has had no democracy for the past four years. Rule of the people, by the people and of the people does not exist here.”

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