PAGD goal to fight for pre-Aug 5, 2019 status: Masoodi

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 1/14/2021 11:38:52 PM

Srinagar, Jan 13: Breaking silence over the dissenting voices within the People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) on the road map, at least one of the constituents has finally come up with a clarification saying, restoration of pre-August 5, 2019 status of Jammu and Kashmir was the goal it was fighting for.
According to local news agency KNS, National Conference parliamentarian, Hasnain Masoodi, said the nature of current political struggle was such, that no party can have a pre-conceived road map but added that PAGD was clear about its goal which is to fight for the 4th August 2019 position of the state.
Masoodialso brushed aside the allegations of fielding proxy candidates and said those were isolated cases and should not be seen as deliberate attempt by any party. He rubbished the allegations of fielding proxy candidates against the constituent party candidates of PAGD and said a few isolated cases cannot be construed as a policy matter for the entire amalgam.
He maintained that the PAGD has 80 percent success rate in the recently concluded DDC polls which itself is an indication that all the constituent parties of the amalgam were united and on the same page.
He insisted that the amalgam would fight for the restoration of pre-August 5, 2019 situation and for that the political fight shall also be strengthened besides the judicial fight. He added, that efforts were being made to weaken them and said that “other saplings were being planted which didn't bear any fruits”.
He said the multiple experiments by the Centre have failed miserably and added that the "roller coaster" policy did not succeed in J&K, resulting in confusion and chaos.
He however, insisted that PAGD would carry forward its fight and will not rest until the goal is achieved, KNS report added.



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