SRINAGAR: Daily AMV Tribune National Conference President Dr. Farooq Abdullah has said that he will have the next government in Jammu and Kashmir after securing a complete majority in the next Assembly elections:
However, he also said that the National Conference made a big mistake by not participating in the Panchayat elections. Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the “Parliamentary Access Program” function at the KSK ICC to strengthen parliamentary governance, Dr Farooq said on Tuesday, “We will wipe out the elections and win the elections.” You will see, I am saying with the conviction that the National Conference is the largest party in Jammu and Kashmir.
Farooq Abdullah expressed regret that his party did not participate in the 2018 Panchayat elections in Jammu and Kashmir.
Speaking on the occasion, he said, “I am sorry that my party did not participate in the Panchayat elections.” ‘ He said that the government officials of the Jammu and Kashmir administration consider themselves kings, but tomorrow they too will be held accountable.
He said that the bureaucrats do not pick up the phone as if a ghost is riding on them. “Soon a government will be formed in Jammu and Kashmir that will hold government officials accountable to the people,” Abdullah said. “You can see for yourself whether things got better or worse after Article 370. I won’t talk about it much,” he said.
Dr Abdullah said that if he opened his mouth, the BJP would accuse him of being in the opposition, and they were targeting him, while the people should be given a chance to decide for themselves whether Section 370 What has changed after the repeal and what has not. In the presence of Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Dr. Farooq requested him to provide security to the Panches and Sarpanches as they are being targeted.
They are on target and it is up to the country to protect them. Regarding the protection of sarpanches in Kashmir, he said that leaders other than sarpanches and panches are facing deadly threats as the recent BJP P and his party workers were killed. Dr Abdullah said they should have some security while the BJP has lost eight leaders in recent attacks.
Asked about the Taliban coming to power in Afghanistan, he said: “Of course, this development in Afghanistan will have an impact,” he said. “Our neighbors are in trouble.
I don’t know which country will be most affected by the Taliban’s occupation,” he said. “We have Pakistan, China, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, The Maldives and Russia, who knows if the United States will be more affected by the Taliban taking power, I can’t say, but yes, the Afghan situation will definitely have an impact on the world. ”