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Yogi's confession on Article 370 cleared air over Aug 5 decisions: Muzaffar Shah


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Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): Awami National Conference (ANC) vice-president Muzaffar Shah on Saturday said the confession of UP chief minister Yogi Adityanat that with the abrogationof Article 370 every Indian can buy land in J&K has unambigously cleared the air that New Delhi is only after our land.

Talking to Kashmir News Service (KNS), Shah said that Yogi Adityanath's remarks have failed BJPs own argument that Article 370 was the reason of growing militancy in the region besides an impediment to the comprehensive development in J&K.

"Earlier Yogi Adityanath and his coterie fanned passions of countrymen about Article 370 that it impedes development and pampers militancy. Now what he confessed in Bihar poll rally exposesd the intention behind that New Delhi has no sympathy with the people of Jammu and Kashmir as they need only our land", he asserted.

"BJP cheated people at grass root level as its eyes are only after our land", Shah added.

Alleging BJP of playing communal and divisive politics, the ANC leader said that BJPs stomach has not filled yet as it is still playing Kashmir card across the country.

"Article 370 card is being played in Bihar. Earlier it was played in Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Haryana where BJP was shown door by electorates", he said.

He continued that these were India's top leaders including Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, B R Ambedkar, Shama Prasad Mukherjee and others who accorded separate constitution and flag to Jammu and Kashmir, adding "so any comment in support of Article 370 or States flag can't be termed as seditious".

Terming the outcry by few BJP leaders over united fight against the decisions taken on August 5, 2019 "unacceptable", the ANC leader said our rights were snatched arbitrary and unconstitutionally, however the matter is sub-judice so nobody has a right to speak against it.

"How can you speak against Article 370 as the matter is under the consideration of Supreme Court. You are not above the law. It will be brought back to J&K soon", Shah said. (KNS) 



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