Will seek votes to keep ‘RSS raj’ away: NC, Congress

Umar Khurshid in Islamabad

A core group meeting of Congress and National Conference leaders was held in Housing colony Khannabal Islamabad on Tuesday in which top leaders of both the parties including a joint candidate for Islamabad Parliamentary constituency GA Mir, Ali Mohd Sagar, Sakeena Yatoo, among others.

National Conference party leader Farooq Abdullah, files his nomination papers for upcoming elections as son Omar Abdullah, standing watches in Srinagar, Monday, March. 20, 2017PHOTO BY BILAL BAHADUR

The strategy for upcoming by-elections of Islamabad and Srinagar parliamentary constituencies were discussed in the meeting.

Talking to media GA Mir and Ali Mohd Sagar said that they will seek votes to keep away the “RSS Raj” from the state so that Kashmir peace and harmony prevails in the state.

Both the leaders reiterated that PDP-BJP coalition has worked against their own agenda on which they sought votes from people in the last assembly elections of 2014.

They said that instead of healing touch and employment slogans present coalition of PDP-BJP used pallets and bullets against the hapless Kashmiris.

“People of Kashmir are mature enough to differentiate between good and bad and therefore we have full faith in the voters.”

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