‘No human rights but ‘Loot Rights’ have been snatched in UT’
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: BJP senior leader and party spokesperson, Dr Darakhshan Andrabi said on Thursday that political leaders associated with Gupkar Alliance are inciting people to stab the prevailing peace in Jammu & Kashmir.Their statements, their speeches and their language are so provocative that they sound hooligans more than the politicians, she said.“The top leadership of this self-protection squad is inciting people for violence by spreading falseness through their statements and speeches. But this is the new J&K, where people have understood the fakery of these politicians whose loot and corruption is surfacing now and so nobody is going to listen to them again,” said Dr Andrabi.She reacted to the statement of a Gupkar Alliance leader challenging the government to prove the corruption charges against them.“Government is doing its job as per the law. Investigations have revealed many irregularities in different departments and the guilty will be punished. They are shouting because they are visualizing the noose of the law tightening around their necks,” said BJP spokesperson.Again commenting on NC leader’s allegation that the human rights have been snatched in J&K, Dr Andrabi said that he was actually referring to their ‘Loot Rights’, which have undoubtedly been snatched from them.Dr Andrabi said that nobody can now run J&K like a private limited company. Peace, public dignity and the development aimed at the common population of J&K has to be the new phenomenon of J&K.
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