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All parties unanimously want better state, but fear differentiated us on issues :Mehbooba
Status quo on Article 370 to continue
1/10/2017 11:25:07 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 10: Replying to the debate on Governor address in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today said that all the political parties in the state of Jammu and Kashmir wants better future of the state added that the fear among the various political parties including on the issue of Article 370 differentiate setting UA a part.
She said that state of Jammu and Kashmir is technically party of India and said that there is need to bring people of Jammu and Kashmir close to union of India emotionally as well.
She said that the agenda of alliance between the PDP & BJP is a developmental and visionary document for the future and property of the state. She said that the confrontation between India and Pakistan makes direct impact of psychic on the minds of people of the state. She said that even Atal Bihari Vajpayee made efforts to come closer with Pakistan through dialogues dispite Kargil and Parliament attack took place. She said that efforts were made in Chenab valley including in Kishtwar and Rajouri District of Pir Panchal to destabilize the peace and tranquility added that all such attempts fail.
She said that National Conference forged the alliance with Congress despite the fact that party blames the Congress for putting their leaders in jail. She said that the decision taken by the Congress at that time was right according to the prospective of NC added that in similar way PDP found it convenient to make an alliance with BJP in the interest of development of the state. She also accepted that before making alliance with BJP, She seeks mandate from the people against the BJP and further added that while respecting the party mandate in Jammu, they choose to alliance with the party.
She said that working group reports are in the interest of state and should be implemented. She said that his party favors the free trade between the two countries. She said that the agenda of alliance is being discussed everywhere in the country which shows there was something in it. She said that her party and BJP agreed to have a status quo on article 370 was only due to this document. She hails the people of Jammu added that when schools are being burnt in Kashmir valley, the Jammu hosts hundreds of students from Kashmir valley with any fear like they feel in Kashmir valley. She said that all parties are unanimously agreed that the agenda of alliance and working group reports are in the interest of the state and urged upon all the political parties to join hands and support them in implementation of the agenda of alliance. She said that opposition members in their speech agreed that Kashmiri Pandit colonies were build by them and asked the opposition that then why they crate uproar in valley over the similar issue. She said that WPR issue is a human issue which needs to be looked added that the controversy racked by the opposition with regard to felicitating them is unnecessary. She said that there was no wrong in issuing identity cards to WPRs and said that AADHAR card did not mention any details whereas Identity card will have a detail and elobrated details with regard to these WPRs. She hoped that the situation will improve between the two neighboring countries so that talks could be facilitated.
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