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Hyderpora encounter: Not satisfied with magisterial probe; we want judicial inquiry by a sitting judge, says Dr Farooq Abdullah

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Says have seen magistrate always comes under government influence, speaks official language; If PM really wants to remove Dil ki doori, Dili ki doori, he should restore 370, statehood to J&K, If GoI can talk to China, why not with Pak; BJP can never win elections unless it resorts to rigging

(Asian News Hub) – National Conference president Dr Farooq Abdullah Monday said that they were satisfied with the magisterial probe ordered into the Hyderpora encounter and that they want a judicial probe by a sitting judge.

Talking to reporters on the sidelines of a t Gurduwara in Jammu, Dr Farooq said that in the wake of recent roll back of farmer law, he was hopeful that Prime Minister Narendera Modi will listen to the “heart beats of people of J&K and order for the restoration of statehood and 370.”

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“I am sure if PM Modi really wants to remove Dil ki doori and Dili ki doori, he will restore the statehood to J&K and also the whatever autonomy has been eroded by rolling back Article 370 and Article 35 A,” Dr Farooq said as per news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO).

Replying to a query how he sees the Hyderpora encounter where there were allegations about civilian killings, the NC chief said that he and his party were not satisfied with the magisterial probe ordered by the LG Manoj Sinah into the Hydpeora encounter in which four persons including a building owner and a businessman were killed on last Monday.

“A magistrate is a government man and he always comes under government influence and speaks government language. That’s why we demand judicial inquiry,” Dr Farooq said.

About terminating the employees, the NC president said that it was disgraceful and the government should re-appoint the daily-wagers it has fired recently.

On how he sees the blast outside army camp in Pathankote, Dr Farooq said that it was nothing new and such issues can be resolved through dialogue with Pakistan. “I saw a new village coming up in Arunachal Pradesh where Chinese people are living. If the Government of India can talk to China why can’t they talk to Pakistan, which is the closest neighbor,” he said. “When Sialkote route can be reopened for talks, why can’t there be a dialogue over the LoC. See, I repeat we can’t snatch anything neither have to we give away anything.”

To a query whether NC was ready for elections, he said: “Hold polls tomorrow, we are very much ready.” About BJP’s claims about forming next government in J&K, Dr Farooq said that “it was impossible for BJP to form the government unless they police and forces for rigging the elections.”

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Restoration of Article 370 linked with Kashmir’s future generations; will fight for it all alone: Omar Abdullah

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‘We were expecting support from other political parties but they are silent; Unfortunate to see Azad saying it’s useless to talk about Article 370; If special status was hollow, why was it snatched, Our case before SC strong’

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(Asian News Hub) – Former chief minister of J&K and the National Conference vice-president Omar Abdullah Monday said that restoration of article 370 was linked with the future generations of Kashmir and the NC will fight for its restoration all alone.

Addressing a public gathering at Kishtwar, Omar said that it was unfortunate to see silence of the parties who were otherwise expected to raise voice for the restoration of Article 370. “Let me tell you that restoration of Article 370 is linked with Kashmir’s future generations. Now that other parties are silent, we will fight for its restoration all alone,” he said as per news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO).

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He said that it was unfortunate to see senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad stating that it was useless to talk about Article 370 as it has gone forever. “It was the Congress Prime Minister Pandit Jawhar Lal Nehru in whose time Article 370 was extended to J&K. Article 370 is Congress legacy and when there is hearing over it in the Supreme Court, you are announcing your own verdict,” Omar said, adding that J&K’s case in the apex court over Article 370 was very strong.

He said that Article 370 is linked with the people of J&K, their children, their land, and their property etc. “There is no question of keeping mum over it. If other parties have decided to remain silent, no problem, but NC will fight for it all alone along with the people of J&K,” he said.

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PDP creation of BJP leader L K Advani: Altaf Bukhari

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(Asian News Hub) – Former minister and Apni Party chief, Syed Altaf Bukhari on Monday said that Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is the creation of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L K Advani.

Talking to media persons, as per the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Bukhari said that PDP is nowhere visible on the ground. “I don’t see PDP anywhere on the ground,” he said when asked about elections in J&K.

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Slamming PDP, Bukhari said the party is creation of senior BJP leader L K Advani.

He alleged that the party is playing dirty politics to push the youth towards graveyard only.

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Govt ready to discuss all issues, answer all questions: PM Modi

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(Asian News Hub) – Ahead of the Winter Session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said the government is ready to discuss all issues and answer all questions but the dignity of Parliament and the Chair should be maintained, PTI reported.

Speaking with reporters, he said citizens want Parliament to debate on issues of national interest and find ways for development of the country.

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He asserted that the government is ready to discuss all issues and also answer all questions.

The prime minister said the benchmark should be how the House functions and not how it is disrupted.

Voices against government policies should be forceful but dignity of Parliament and the Chair should be maintained, Modi said.He also urged people to stay alert in the wake of the new variant of COVID-19.

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