SRINAGAR: Muzaffar Shah, senior vice president of Jammu Kashmir Awami National Conference (JKANC) said that the divorce of BJP-PDP has once again proved that such coalition system have always been a failure and give rise to political uncertainties making Kashmir unstable.
“This is the reason that people are no more ready to accept such system,” he said.
“The grave situation prevailing in Jammu Kashmir has prompted even the United Nations to articulate against the human rights violations in the State,” Shah said.
PM says that people of Kashmir needed to be embraced with open arms while some leaders of his party talk about going for all out war in Kashmir,” Shah said.
“I want to ask PM does he love the people of state or the land and is he willing to go for an all out war in Kashmir,” he said. “I want to ask PM that is he in charge of Kashmir policy or those people from his party who talk about going for all out war in Kashmir?”
Muzaffar Shah said while addressing a press conference in Srinagar on Thursday said that for the last 70 years, both India and Pakistan have failed to solve the core issue of Kashmir.
“By all regions I did not mean only Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh, but also the regions of Gilgit and PaK across LOC as they are also part and parcel of the state. Two nations of India and Pakistan have tried for 70 years to solve Kashmir issue with no results, let them give the people of the state one year, I am sure we will do better,” he said.