Mirwaiz slams Dr Farooq over ‘Maha- Choor’ remarks
Srinagar: Terming the remarks of National Conference Patron Farooq Abdullah, that Kashmiris are biggest thieves while referring to electricity theft in Kashmir, as insulting and disgracing for the entire kashmiri Nation. Huriyat Conference (M) spokesman Monday said that those who have plundered the resources of the state for the sake of power and personal luxury and pleasure are now calling kashmiris as thieves.
The statement issued to KNS stated that the spokesman said that before doing so Farooq Abdullah should have looked into his own doings where he would come to know to about the damage he and his party has done to the people of Kashmir politically, economically and socially. During their rule Farooq Abdullah and his party handed over the most precious resource like water resources of Kashmir to Indian companies in a most dishonest manner so as to make material gains and keep his political bosses in New Delhi in good humor
The spokesman said that before leveling charges on the common people of Kashmir Faorooq Abdullah should know that as per the reports published in media government departments’ main stream Political party offices including Nawai-I-Subh the head office of National Conference, high government functionaries and departments are the biggest defaulters of payment of electricity bills. Leveling baseless allegations against the Kashmiri people is just a ploy motivated with the motive to cover up the large scale corruption of preset rulers and to divert the attention from the mis-governance and atrocities committed by these people on the kashmiri population.
Spokesman said Farooq Abdullah’s party was not only responsible for plundering kashmiri resources, but was also responsible for the current sufferings of Kashmiris. He said that those people who have imposed draconian black laws in Kashmir and under the garb of these laws were busy in perpetuating their illegitimate rule over kashmiris have no moral authority to level allegations and accusations against the people
Meanwhile APHC Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq visited Batamaloo to condole the death of Syed Abdul Majid Shah who happens to be paternal uncle of hurriyat’s media advisor, Advocate Shahid-ul-Islam. Expressing solidarity and sympathy with the bereaved family and Islam, Mirwaiz offered special prayers for the deceased.
Apart from Mirwaiz, number hurriyat leaders including Musadiq Adil, Advocate Abdul Majid Banday, GN Zaki, Engineer Hilal Ahmad War, Javaid Ahmad Mir, Syed Saleem Geelani, Zaffar Akbar Bhat, Syed Bashir Andrabi, Yasmeen Raja, Abdul Rashid Untoo, Hakim Abdul Rashid, Abdul Manan Bukhari, Farooq Ahmad tawheedi, GN Najar, Mushtaq Sofi, Pir Ghulam Nabi, Gh. Hassan Majrooh, Yaqoob masoodi, Abdul Qayoom and Moulana MS Shamas visited Batamaloo to express sympathy with Islam and the bereaved family.
On the occasion, MS shamas addressed the funeral gathering and threw light on the philosophy of life and death. He also recalled the contributions on deceased in social and political sphere. (KNS)