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Governor Malik looks like spokesperson of RSS, wants more killing in Kashmir: Akbar Lone

SRINAGAR, FEB 01 : National Conference senior leader and former MLA Sonawari Mohammad Akbar Lone said that Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik seems to be the spokesperson of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

While speaking to News Agency Lone said, “Who is Governor Satya Pal Malik to tell Youth of Kashmir what to do and what not to do. Governor’s work is to look administration not to play politics”.

Lone further added that the Governor wants more killing in Kashmir that is why he is targeting political parties. He added that in real he don’t want peace in Kashmir. He want to kill youngsters in Kashmir.”

He further added, “Governor should not play politics in Kashmir.  He should focus on your work.”

“Satya Pal Malik don’t have any idea about the position of Governor that is why he is playing political is Kashmir” Lone added.

Yesterday Governor Satya Pal Malik said the National Conference (NC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) did not want peace in the state as they were more interested in their “own empowerment”.

Malik was addressing a gathering in Jammu district, said he requested both former chief ministers Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti to participate in panchayat elections as it would benefit and empower the people of the state.

“But they decided to boycott the elections because they did not want empowerment of the people. They wanted their own empowerment. They were afraid of the panchayat elections and that is why they decided to boycott the polls. But we decided to hold the elections for the betterment of people,” Malik said while recalling that he broke the protocol and visited both leaders.

“I here again reiterate 300 boys (militants) cannot break India. They are nothing,” Malik said, adding that “our army and forces are instrumental in eliminating two to three militants after every one to two days. Good things is that people have understood that gun cannot bring us anything”.

He again urged the gun-wielding youth of Kashmir to shun the path of violence, saying it was no solution to any problem. “Some people have presumed that nothing can happen without the gun. Hurriyat leaders and mainstream parties (referring to NC and PDP) should know that violence won’t change anything. Some politicians in Kashmir want that youngsters should die so that they can blackmail New Delhi,” Malik said. (PTK)

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