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Revival of democracy in J&K stepping stone to achieving peace in region: Dr Kamal 

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Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Monday said that delay in the revival of democracy and use of force to establish peace and tranquillity in J&K will have far-reaching costs for the region.

Bureaucratic setup is not designed to listen to people, it is a democratically elected government that does, said party’s additional general secretary Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal while addressing party’s senior functionaries, delegates, and workers from Langate, Dara, Harwan, Faqir Gujri who had called on him here at the party headquarters Nawa-e-Subha. Among others Peer Afaq Ahmed, Dr Syed, GN Bhat were also present on occasion.

Only a duly elected representative government can take out the people from the current quagmire, he said adding that the ruling party at the center had turned their back on the people of J&K and so have the air-dropped bureaucrats.

“Infact the administration is measuring upto the behaviour of the ruling party without fail. In this scenario, it is our grassroot level worker, who has become the voice of voiceless and hapless people. It is the time for our cadre to galvanise their rows and maintain the crescendo. People across the length and breadth of J&K have pinned their hopes on us. They want us to take up the mantle. We too have to walk extra mile to rise upto their expectations,” he said.

“NC has long been a scorn in the eyes of those forces that have from day one wanted to destroy our unique identity. Having failed to take on us directly, they are now employing their proxies and B teams to harm us. The very presence of NC frets them. There is a tidal wave in support of NC, and it’s leadership across Jammu and Kashmir. DDC elections also acted as a giant lens that revealed the deep-rooted nature and mass acceptability of our party. This upsets the agenda of these B teams and proxies, who are serving the underhanded agendas of ruling party in J&K. They are trying their level best to dissuade people and divide us. But their masks have fallen off,” he added.

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