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South Kashmir will teach PDP a lesson for its wrong doings: G A Mir


Stating that People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has neglected the hardships of people during its three and half year misrule in the State, the J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President and Party Candidate from Anantnag Parliamentary Constituency has said South Kashmir will give a befitting reply to PDP and teach a lesson to the party this time for the loss of precious lives and injuries to thousands of youth.

He also said that people will never forgive PDP for ensuring inroads to BJP-RSS in the valley for the sake of getting Chief Ministerial post, but they (People) will respond by defeating this opportunist party, the spokesman in a statement said.

Mir was addressing a series of public meetings in Shangus Assembly segment.

Mir said that mood of the people in south Kashmir was indicative of PDP’s defeat in the ensuing elections and victory of Congress party with a thumping majority, for the fact, south Kashmir has experienced worst due to the lust for power, betrayal and backstabbing on the part of PDP, which will continue to remain source behind anguish and anger among the people.

Taking the opportunity of ensuring election, Mir  referred to By-Elections to Anantnag Parliamentary Constituency and said it was the same PDP which  got the polls cancelled after sensing defeat, for the fact, PDP Leadership was well aware that they would lose this seat and tactfully ensured deferment of Polls and then got these cancelled under the garb of disturbing situation, rather than creating congenial atmosphere PDP played tricks and ensured cancellation of polls with the full support of Centre Govt, he said.

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