PDP president and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti and her daughter Iltija on Friday claimed that they had been detained at their residence to prevent them from visiting the house of arrested party leader Waheed Ur Rehman Parra in Pulwama in South Kashmir. Parra was remanded to...
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti said that BJP-PDP alliance collapsed because she never compromised with PDP’s agenda. She said that she didn’t agree to the things the BJP government wanted her to do and that’s why the alliance ended. She added that PDP’s agenda is to make Jammu and Kashmir a bridge of peace between India and Pakistan. She also criticised the BJP-led central government over the three farm laws which have triggered protests by a section of farmers. “If the laws are not accepted by the farmers, can they be beneficial to them. If you bring laws which are not acceptable to people, you are disrespecting the Constitution of the country,” she said while addressing a party function in Srinagar. Watch the full video for more.
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Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party (JKPDP) president Mehbooba Mufti criticised the BJP-led central government over the three farm laws which have triggered protests by a section of farmers. "The government brought farms laws, but the farmers are out on the roads protesting in chilly winter," she said.
Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party (JKPDP) president Mehbooba Mufti cleared her party's agenda by saying that Jammu and Kashmir has to become a bridge of peace between India and Pakistan. "PDP's agenda is that Jammu and Kashmir has to become a bridge of peace between India and Pakistan," she said.
Amid the farmer's protest against the three new farm laws and their upcoming tractor parade on Republic Day, Krantikari Kisan Union president Darshan Pal on January 17 alleged that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is targeting people who are part of the farmers' protest by registering cases against them in serious charges including terrorism. "NIA has started to register cases against those who are a part of the farmers' movement or those who have lent their support to it. All farmers' unions condemn this. We will fight this in every possible way," Pal told media at Singhu border, the largest site of protesting farmers.
National Investigation Agency (NIA) on January 07 carried out raids at six locations in Jammu and Kashmir in connection with narcotics and weapons case that the anti-terror probe agency had registered in 2020. Details and name of location and people involved were not shared by the NIA.