Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti took to Twitter to target the BJP. By tweeting one after the other, Mehbooba has put the BJP in the dock. Wrote via tweet that if everything is normal in Kashmir then what 9 lakh soldiers are doing there.
Mehbooba said that the troops are not here to stop the attack from Pakistan, but the soldiers have been put in kashmir to suppress the protest. She then writes that the primary responsibility of the military is to protect the borders, not to crush dissent. Please be informed that the PDP chief is under house arrest these days. Her daughter Iltija is active on her Twitter account.
In another tweet, Mehbooba’s daughter writes that the BJP uses the jawan’s card to get votes. But the truth is that Kashmiris are considered as cannon fodder, the army has become a pawn to spread unrest in the valley. The ruling party does not care about the soldiers or Kashmiris. Their only concern is to win the election.
Mehbooba Mufti refused to sign these bonds
Mehbooba has also targeted the government over the three Kashmiri leaders released on Thursday. She said that the leaders released today were forced to sign bonds. During this, Mehbooba called the government as illegal, keeping the government in the dock. Also, it was revealed through Twitter account that many leaders including Mehbooba Mufti have categorically refused to sign these bonds.
Advocating principles and democracy, Mehbooba said that India, which had always fought for the principles of freedom and equality, stands today in the international arena for its brutal actions in Kashmir. Governments will come and go, but what harm will come to the prestige and moral fabric of this country by the BJP actions?
Three detained leaders released
The state administration released the three leaders detained since August 5 today. These leaders include Yawar Mir, Noor Mohammed and Shoyab Lone. Officials told late Wednesday that these three leaders were in custody since August 5 and they would also have to fill a bond for release.
Yawar Mir is a former PDP MLA from Raffiabad assembly seat. While Shoaib Lone contested from North Kashmir on a Congress ticket, he later resigned from the party. Lone was considered close to Sajjad Lone, the head of the People’s Conference.
The third leader is Noor Mohammed National Conference activist and is the face of the party in the extremist-affected Batmaloo area of Srinagar city. The three leaders will also give an affidavit to maintain peace and good behavior. Earlier on September 21, Imran Ansari and Syed Akhoon of People’s Conference were released by the state administration on health grounds.