NC'S hand in inciting violence needs to be probed: BJP
Brig Anil Gupta, state spokesperson of the Bharatiya Janata Party said that NC has been thoroughly exposed and its role in the recent turmoil in Kashmir should be an eye-opener for the people of the state. As per the report by valley based journalist, "Senior Superintendent of Police Kulgam has confirmed arrest of seven persons. He has also confirmed that two detainees both residents of Khul Ahmadabad, admitted that they had looted weapons from Damhal Hanjipora Police station and also fired on the local Army camp from behind a crowd. Two civilians including a woman, had got killed in the shoot - out and several others injured." It has been further stated that these two persons were "known activists of National Conference" and staunch supporters of the former minister Sakeena Itto. According to SSP Kulgam, "These two persons had carried petrol in big plastic container from their village that is 8 kms away from Damhal Hanjipora, and set on fire CJM'S Court and thereafter the Police Station".
This expose adds credence to the earlier apprehensions that for lust of power NC leadership has joined hands with the separatists in the Valley and was doing their bidding on all contentious issues to remain in the good book of the separatists. It is also obvious now as to why the NC boycotted the allparty meet convened by the CM on 21 July. "With what face they could have attended the meeting" questioned Brig Gupta? The boycott by NC has also exposed its dual face and double - speak. The Party is not at all interested in the well-being of the people of the state but is willing to resort to