Operation ‘All Out’ not solution to Kashmir conflict: Uri

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Operation ‘All Out’ not solution to Kashmir conflict: Uri

Sameer Showkin Lone

Jammu, Jan 12:

 Senior National Conference leader Mohammad Shafi Uri Friday pitched for talks to solve the Kashmir issue and told the PDP-BJP dispensation that “Operation All out” was not a solution to the conflict.
Criticising the PDP left, right and center, Uri during his 30 minute speech in the Legislative Assembly talked about the Kashmir issue and underscored the need for talks to resolve the vexed issue.
He asked the BJP members that if they continue to raise the issues demanding revocation of Article 35A and Article 370, “what will happen to those people who are sitting with you in the House.”
“Can these people live in Kashmir after that? Even if you manage to revoke Article 370 or 35A, no outsider will come to live in Kashmir under seven presence of lakh armed forces. But your friends definitely won’t be able to live in Kashmir. You are doing all this to change the demography of the state,” he alleged.
The NC leader asked the ruling dispensation that if “Operation All Out” is a solution to Kashmir crisis, then why you need an interlocutor for Kashmir.
“Lord Desai visited Kashmir for the first time in his life, as he told during his speech. He visited here on the invitation of the government. But didn’t you realise that he left a message for you by giving a reference how they devolved powers in United Kingdom (UK),” he said.
Uri said Lord Desai gave a reference about the plebiscite of Scotland and other nationalist movements of UK. “He told that wherever there is a conflict, talks are must. But our situation is strange”.
He blamed PDP for compromising on its basic political principles saying the advocates of “Self Rule” handed over the economic independence of the State to New Delhi.
“Even I am surprised how Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu, who once used to write articles against GST, surrendered before Nagpur and other compulsions that made him to hand over State’s economic independence,” Uri added.

 

 

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