A section of KP’s hatching conspiracies against Kashmir: Bar Association

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Mian Abdul Qayoom Photo: Bilal Bahadur

Accusing a section of Kashmiri Pandits for challenging the special status of Jammu and Kashmir in different courts of India, senior lawyer and president Kashmir Bar Association Mian Abdul Qayoom Wednesday said that no law passed by the Indian Parliament regarding the state of Jammu and Kashmir can be applied to the state without the order of President of India in concurrence of the State government.

“There are certain fields where government of India has no say. Conspiracies are being hatched by some Kashmiri Pandit groups residing outside Kashmir to create doubts about the unique identity and autonomy of Kashmir. Earlier these Pandit groups challenged Article 35(A) and now they have filed a PIL in Delhi court challenging the non-applicability of constitutional amendments to Jammu and Kashmir. These Pandit groups who work at the behest of BJP and RSS are the real enemies of people of Kashmir,” Qayoom said shortly after the culmination of protest that lawyers community had organized in wake of the call given by the resistance leadership.

Earlier scores of lawyers assembled in the premises of Jammu Kashmir High Court and staged an “anti-India” protest. The protest was led by Bar Association President Mian Abdul Qayoom. Addressing lawyers, Mian Qayoom said that the ongoing freedom movement has witnessed ups and down from past seven decades but people always supported the movement and yearn for the final resolution of Kashmir issue. He said Kashmir is a dispute that needs to be resolved in the light of United Nations resolutions.


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