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Dr Farooq appeals people to remain united, struggle for restoration of J&K's identity

Post by on Thursday, June 16, 2022

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Srinagar, June 15: National Conference (NC) president and Member Parliament Dr. Farooq Abdullah Wednesday urged people of Jammu and Kashmir to forge unity and fight for the common challenges together.
He said that NC will keep on fighting for the restoration of the special status of J&K.
While addressing one-day workers convention in Koolipura, Khanyar, Srinagar, Farooq Abdullah stressed on the importance of maintaining unity in the ongoing people’s struggle for the restoration of their rights.
“I see no way of achieving anything in J&K without a lasting unity between different sections of our society,” he said, adding “We have to stop seeing ourselves as Hindu, Muslim, Shia, Suni, Barelvi, Deobandi, Kashmiri, Dogra etc. Unity in diversity must be our creed to last for all time and under all circumstances, otherwise there is no end in sight to our common problems in the shape of poverty, unemployment and development. Our mutual discord will make our descent into darkness. Divided we cannot achieve anything, let alone get back our abridged constitutional and democratic rights," he said.
He further said that people particularly the political class, have to see beyond the pale of their immediate narrow interests and work for what holds greater good for all sections of J&K.
“The crescendo built up by the incumbent while rescinding our unique constitutional status has fizzled out. We witnessed towering promises made by the incumbent government getting buried without even a whimper. People have only been bombarded with overly-charged emotive rhetorical jingoism whose shrillness on the audibility scale has crossed all limits. Where is that progress? Where are those promised jobs? Where is the promised largess that was supposed to bridge DilkiDuri and Dili Ki Doori?,” he added.
The convention was attended by the party general secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar, senior provincial vice- president Mohammad, Syed Akhoon who also spoke at the occasion.

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