Srinagar: National Conference provincial president Nasir Aslam Wani said that mushrooming of political parties is suggestive of a nasty design behind dividing the Kashmiri voices.
“We see one man parties coming up in every alley and street of Kashmir. Mushrooming of political outfits in Kashmir is suggestive of nasty design behind dividing our voice. Why that is the trend is only wide spread in Kashmir division only. We don’t see parties coming up in every alleys and corners in Jammu and Ladakh Divisions of the state,” he said.
He said the political activists who are mindful of the threats to state’s future are devotedly joining the ever-increasing rows of NC.
“The people of the state have recognized the agenda of the BJP-RSS and their Trojan horses in the state. Our doors are open for all those who want the posterity to remember them for good reasons. Our programme is explicitly clear; it is to protect the identity of the state. However our chief goal is to work for the restoration of Autonomy to the state,” Wani said.
On the occasion, senior Congress leader Dr Syed along with scores of his supporters joined National Conference on Friday in presence of party president and Member Parliament from Srinagar Dr Farooq Abdullah at his residence in Srinagar.
According to a statement, Dr Abdullah while welcoming the new entrant into the party fold said, “I am sure that the party will benefit from the experience of Syed Sahib in active politics and social work. His upbeat political astuteness and organization skills will help the party. I hope he will strive to make party stronger on the grass roots.”
Later, Dr Syed was accorded a warm welcome at the party headquarters Nawa-e-Subha Srinagar by party’s additional general secretary Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal, provincial president Nasir Aslam Wani, district president Srinagar Peer Afaq.
While addressing the workers, party functionaries and the supporters of Dr Syed, party’s additional general secretary stressed on the necessity of forging a strong front under the flag of National Conference.