PDP flays Vikramaditya Singh for using foul language against July 13 martyrs
Srinagar, Aug 15: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Thursday held meeting of its north Kashmir leadership to take stock of the overall functioning of the party affairs and measures needed to strengthen it further.
The party also flayed Congress leader Vikramaditya Singh over his statement on July 13, 1931 martyrs, terming it derogatory, mischievous and reflection of a communal mindset.
Party Vice President Abdul Rahman Veeri held a detailed meet with party’s top leadership over the present political situation and measures needed to be taken to defend core interests of Jammu and Kashmir state.
According to the party spokesman, Veeri presided over the meeting that was held at party’s head office here and was attended by the party’s top leadership from north Kashmir. The meeting, as per the spokesman, discussed in detail the current political situation in the state and the need to safeguard state’s unique position and core interests.
The meeting also highlighted how the PDP while being part of the coalition took drastic and vital measures for the defence of the Article 35-A and the government had engaged the top lawyers of the country for the purpose
Veeri during the meeting emphasised that the need of the hour is to strengthen the party not to go adrift at such a crucial movement of history.
Taking part in the meeting, party General Secretary Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura in his address flayed the statement made by Congress leader Vikramaditya Singh about the July 13, 1931 martyrs, terming his remarks derogatory, mischievous and blasphemous in nature. While castigating Singh over the use of such foul language, Hanjura asked the Congress leader to read the history correctly to get an idea about supreme sacrifice made by the 22 Kashmiris on July 13, 1931.