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Harsh dares congress to withdraw support to NC
Kamal utterances are seditious'
Balbir K Punj11/19/2012 10:39:25 PM
early times report
Jammu, Nov 19: National Panthers Party (NPP) MLA, Harsh Dev Singh has ridiculed the congress for its casual and highly guarded statements condemning the anti-India utterances of the senior NC leader Dr. Mustafa Kamal .
He said that the congress leaders, who are known for paying lip service to address public sentiments, have resorted to treachery and deceit in the present case as well. He said that congress leaders have been too cautious in the use of words in dealing with seditious statements of Kamal so that alliance is not disturbed and the formality of criticism is also fulfilled.
Accusing the congress leaders of double standards, Dev said that they have always been following the policy of running with the hare and hunting with the hound. He said some congress leaders have even made a statement of withdrawal of support to NC.
Daring the said leaders to step forward to translate their threat into reality, Singh said that public was eagerly awaiting their response and merely mouthing platitudes and making statements for media consumption was not enough.
He deplored that the congress had not only continued its support to NC but had entered into fresh alliance with NC for the four seats of MLCs from Panchayat quota. He said all this indicated how desperate the Congress party was for clinging on to power.
Cautioning the congress of its fast eroding credibility, he said the party should honour public sentiment and reconsider its decision of supporting the government.
He said it was a litmus test for the Congress which should consider this as the final opportunity for its sustenance.
Singh said that this was not the first time when NC leaders had made such seditions, contemptuous and highly disparaging comments. He said even the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah himself had made a statement in 2010 Autumn session of state Assembly in Srinagar that JK has not merged with Indian Union but has only acceded to it on certain terms.
He said even his statement had invited unprecedented criticism and public fury in the state and outside but the highly accommodating congress refused to act even at that point of time. He said the congress imbecility and feebleness has been a constant source of encouragement to NC leaders who have been frequently making highly inglorious, obnoxious and igniting statements on India, the Indian Army and Indian Security forces. Sounding a note of caution to NC- Cong. coalition, he said that the people of country shall never accept any threat to integrity and sovereignty of the nation.
Terming the utterances of Dr Kamal as seditious, he sought initiation of proceedings under section 124 A against him and dismissal of the coalition government.
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