Participating in election was must to avoid ‘Pakistani agent’ label: Mehbooba Mufti
Says her father faced ‘social boycott’ for raising tricolor in J&K
Srinagar, Dec 01 (KNO): Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) President and former chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti Tuesday said the ‘participation’ of regional mainstream political parties was a must to avoid being labeled as ‘Pakistani agents’.
Mehbooba according to news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) expressed ‘displeasure’ for allegedly being labeled as Pakistani agent, saying her late father and PDP founder, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed faced ‘social boycott’ for hoisting ‘tricolor’ in Jammu and Kashmir.
She said BJP like anti-national party who worship Mahatma Gandhi’s murderer; Nathuram Godse needs not to teach lessons on nationalism. She said Mehbooba Mufti is a ‘nationalist’ who doesn’t need a certificate from anti-national forces.
The former CM said the present dispensation at centre wants to label every Kashmiri as terrorist and Pakistani to gain brawny points. She said participation of regional mainstream political parties in ongoing DDC election was necessary to avoid being labeled as Pakistani agents
“Our participation in the ongoing DDC election was must to avoid being labeled as Pakistani agents. My late father, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed faced social boycott for raising tricolor in Kashmir and I am being labeled as anti-national. I am a nationalist by heart and don’t need any certificate from anti-national forces,” Mehbooba told reporters here.
She also said that BJP will never succeed in its nefarious designs of dividing the nation on communal lines and this strategy of the saffron party will bring nothing other than ‘humiliation’ for it.
Mehbooba also said that BJP has never treated Kashmiri people as family members; the way people of other states are treated, saying their aim is to destroy Kashmir from the core.
“They have never treated Kashmiri people as family members. Their sole purpose is to destroy Kashmir. I don’t know what results BJP’s hatred towards people of Kashmir yields,” she added—(KNO)Follow Us On