Who Will Define Normalcy, Sajad Lone On HM Amit Shah Kashmir Statement

SRINAGAR: Reacting to Union minister Amit Shah’s remarks on Saturday that the Jammu and Kashmir’s statehood would be restored once the situation gets normal, Peoples Conference chief Sajad Lone asked who will define normalcy.

Taking to social networking site Twitter, Sajad Lone wrote: “Who will define normalcy? And in a federal structure, can we really use normalcy as an excuse to assume power. Irrespective of the definition of normalcy, possibly coined by the union government, every single stateless day is an affront to federalism and to the people of J&K”.

He said “non-popular” governments mean a “humiliating existence” for the inhabitants of that particular place.

“And to the people of India who are mute bystanders, Inshallah you too will one day taste statelessness and helplessness. We don’t wish it for even on our worst enemies (sic),” Lone said.

The People’s Conference chairman said the central rule in any place is a “kick in the teeth for federalism”.

“And self-styled pat on the back, oh, doing so well, this is all so nauseating,” he added.

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