Inaugurates Public Park at Khanyar

NC committed to protect Art 35A against all machinations: Sagar
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Srinagar:ย National Conference General Secretary Ali Mohammad Sagarย Sundayย said NC is committed to its stand of not participating in the forthcoming polls unless and until central and the state government clears its stand on Art 35 A and protect it in the Honโ€™ble SC, a statement issued here said.

โ€œIf anyone has an ambiguous stand on Art 35 A, itโ€™s those who have always played with the sentiments of the people of the state. Our stand on protection of the states special status is crystal clear. We donโ€™t believe in double speak neither have we shrieked away from our responsibilities of protecting the interests of the state whether in power or in opposition,โ€ Sagar said after inaugurating a public park at Rozabal Khanyar, the statement added.

While talking to journalists on the sidelines of the program, Sagar said, โ€œWe fully endorse our party President Dr Farooq Abdullahโ€™s stand on the upcoming Municipal, Panchayat and the Assembly polls and will not hesitate to come on roads if any tinkering is done with Article 370 or Article 35A.โ€

The NC General Secretary said voices, irrespective of region or religion, are coming out supporting the partyโ€™s stand on Art 35 A. โ€œSome vested interests who wanted to give this a communal angle stand defeated now. Even they have realized how important Art 35 A is for the state and its people,โ€ Sagar said adding, โ€œSome BJP MLAs have openly ridiculed their partyโ€™s opposition to Art 35 A thereby puncturing the false propaganda of their leaders who are hell bent to divide the state on the basis of region and religion.โ€

Questioning the role of some for their dubious stand on Article 35 A, Sagar said, โ€œThere are few among us who believe in issuing rhetoric statements on protection of states special identity but their actions are contrary to what they say. My only advice to them is to stop playing politics on this sensitive issue and fight genuinely against forces inimical to state and its interests.โ€

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