Govt should immediately withdraw new land law: Prof. Farooq Ahmed Aga
Post by RK News on Wednesday, January 18, 2023
Srinagar, Jan 17: senior Aam Aadmi Party leader, Prof. Farooq Ahmed Aga on Tuesday demanded immediate withdrawl of new land law in Jammu and Kashmir and said that issuing dictatorial orders without any official words from concerned quarters has become a new habit of Government which is aimed to torture masses and to disturb their lives.
Addressing a press conference in Srinagar, Prof. Farooq Ahmed Aga said that mandate of government is to ensure proper availability of basic amenities to masses but things are going contrary in Jammu and Kashmir where government is hell bent to displace the people from their places and a common poor man is worst affected due to this dictatorial policy.
With reference to new land order, Prof. Aga while raising concern said that this order is dictatorial in itself and is purely due to high-headed approach of bureaucratic setup of Jammu and Kashmir which is not having proper knowledge of public issues and is rather pushing people in further trouble with such orders.
"Aam Aadmi Party has always stood with poor masses in Jammu and Kashmir and this time again AAP is standing with poor people of Jammu and Kashmir who are beneficiaries of government schemes under which a few acres land was allotted to them by government itself but now government is snatching this land which is their lone source of livelihood." Prof. Aga said.
He also mentioned about no official words issued by the government so far and said that on one hand every single citizen of Jammu and Kashmir is worried due to this draconian new land rule but on the other hand government has not issued even a single word on this mess further stirring controversy and uncertainty.
Prof. Aga reminded the Jammu and Kashmir LG administration and BJP that the government is meant for welfare of people and not for catastrophic decisions forcibly implemented on people.
"We straightway demand immediate reversal of this order to give respite to people and not to enforce such high-headed decisions on people." Prof. Aga further said.