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Mehbooba Mufti day-dreaming about bringing back Article 370: Altaf Thakur

Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) J&K spokesman Altaf Thakur Tuesday took a jibe at PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti by staging a protest in New Delhi along with just six-party men stating that the PDP chief should give logic as to how she can bring back something that has been rolled back by none other than the Parliament of India with full majority.

“PDP chief claims to be a popular leader, but unfortunately, she could gather only six-party men to stage a protest in Delhi. She claims that she will get back Article 370. Still, I wonder how the former chief minister of J&K has started daydreaming about bringing back Article 370,” Thakur said while addressing a public gathering at Town Hall Pampore.

He said the time has gone when leaders like Mehbooba would befool people by waving green flags and green handkerchiefs as people of J&K UT are mature enough to understand the political gimmicks of party’s like PDP and its head.

“Article 370 was rolled back by India’s leading institution called Parliament with the votes of over 300 MPs. So how come the PDP leader can bring it back,” Thakur questioned and said that the PDP leader should stop her moves aimed at hoodwinking people of Kashmir by raising slogans about something that would never come back.

Thakur said Article 370 had gone forever, and J&K is at par with any other Indian state/UT and would be at the top on development and peace fronts. “Dynasty politics has ruined J&K, and the BJP government has closed the chapter of family rule forever,” he said, adding that people of J&K will never vote in favour of those who filled their coffers to meet their petty political goals.

Thakur assured the people of Pampore to stay steadfast and support BJP’s agenda of peace, progress, and development of J&K and equal treatment to one and all.

He said all the grievances of the people of Pampore would be discussed with the concerned officials for timely redressal as BJP is committed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s slogan of sab ka saath, sab ka Vishwas.

Thakur urged people to stay alert and not fall prey to hollow slogans of some parties whose ultimate aim is to grab power.

He said the BJP led regime is committed to promoting the saffron town of Pampore on modern lines and making it a model town of Kashmir.


Cop escapes unhurt in militant attack

A policeman escaped unhurt in a militant attack in the Batmaloo area of Srinagar on Friday, reports said.

Sources reported that militants fired upon a police constable at about 3:15 pm in the SD Colony area.

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However, the policeman escaped unhurt. Soon after the attack, the officer said that the entire area was cordoned off and searches launched.

He said that a case has been registered and further investigations have been launched.

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Two brothers drown while extracting sand in Jhelum

Two brothers drowned while extracting stand in Jhelum river in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, reports said.

They said that brothers – Nissar Ahmad Malla and Hilal Ahmad Malla – drowned early today morning in the river while extracting sand near Jetty at Khwaja Bagh.

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The family of the duo has been called and efforts are on to retrieve their bodies, said an official.

The brothers hailed from Littarpira village of Bandipora district, he added.

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J&K: Massive CASO launched in two villages

Joint Forces launched a massive Cordon And Search Operation(CASO) in two villages of the Kulgam district in south Kashmir.

An official said that the operation on Friday was launched jointly by forces including RR of Indian Army, Jammu Kashmir Police, and CRPF following inputs about the movement of militants in the Kakran Pombay and Katrasoo areas of Kulgam.

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He said that the operation was launched following inputs about the presence of militants in these areas.

The search operations in both areas were going on when this report was being filed.

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