J&K Statehood should be restored before holding Assembly elections: Ghulam Nabi Azad

Srinagar: Veteran Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad has demanded restoration of statehood in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of assembly elections on Tuesday. Speaking to media persons outside the Kheer Bhavani temple complex in Tullamulla area of Central Kashmir's Ganderbal district, Azad said, 'Kashmiri Pandits who left the Valley should be brought back in view of the outbreak of terrorism in the early 1990s.'

Ghulam Nabi Azad further said, 'Elections should be held soon. But before the elections, the status of a state should be restored, which is very important. Kashmiri Pandits should be brought back. Our land and job (rights), which were taken away after the abrogation of Article 370, should be secured through the new law first (August 5, 2019).'

The veteran Congress leader said that 16,500 people were jailed. Even the former Chief Ministers were not spared. Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh are smaller than Jammu and Kashmir but are states. Our land rights were granted and ensured by Maharaja Hari Singh. Unemployment is at its peak and industry has collapsed. There are three days left for the current Parliament session. The Centre can re-state Jammu and Kashmir and pass the bill. It will take five minutes."

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