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Separatists ask PDP MLAs to abandon Mehbooba

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SRINAGAR: Separatist groups, which are spearheading the protests in the Kashmir valley, on Wednesday asked ruling PDP MLAs to “abandon” Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and “come back to be with your people” to “support the truth”.
“Mehbooba Mufti has failed as did Omar Abdullah in 2010 and since she can’t stop loss of human life her MLAs should abandon her and come back to their people.
“The red line of such brutal killings transcends political and ideological differences. Introspect and come back to be with your people. Forget about power and perks and take side of people,” Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik said in a joint resolution circulated through email.
The separatists asked the MLAs to stop being the “loyalist representatives of subjugators and murderers of people”. “Refuse to be the collaborators of the merchants of death whose hands are soaked in the blood of our youth and children.
Don’t give India a chance to use you as shield to carry out this butchery of Kashmiris,” they said.
They said the MLAs from other mainstream parties should also do the same.
“The same applies to other pro-India loyalists, the National Conference and  others. For once support truth! Stop the killings! Kashmiri lives matter!” they added. Without naming security forces, the separatists said, “To the perpetrators we issue an immediate ultimatum to put a stop to firing, killings, maiming and blinding.”
“We the people of Kashmir declare our humanity. We have a right to live! We are being systematically and intentionally targeted for demise and being blinded.
“We declare our resilience in the face of deadly oppression. Every human life matters. The sanctity of life needs to be restored. Children, Women and Youth have lost their lives and eyesight. Media have lost count of toll. It’s time not to get dehumanised. Enough is enough! No more deaths!” the resolution added.

NC to boycott all-party meet
Srinagar: National Conference on Wednesday decided to boycott an All party meeting called by Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday to discuss the situation in the state, saying that actions in the recent past have shown that there was no “effective leadership” in the state government.
In a two-page letter to senior Minister of PDP Abdul Rehman Veeri, National Conference said in absence of any “credible, effective and humane leadership” in the state, an all party meeting was a “futile” and “meaningless” exercise.
Mehbooba had announced on Monday that she had convened an All Party Meeting here on July 21 to discuss the prevailing law and order situation in the Kashmir Valley.
The decision to convene the meeting came 12 days after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani in an encounter with security forces on July 8, which led to violent clashes between protesters and law enforcing agencies across the Valley, leaving over 40 people dead and over 4,000 injured.The National Conference, which has 15 members in the 87-member state assembly, while rejecting the offer to attend the meeting asked the state government to come clear on various issues which includes the killing of Wani.
“On one hand a senior police official says that the Chief Minister, who is also the Home Minister of the state, was in complete knowledge about the operation, on the other a senior Parliament Member of PDP (Muzzafar Hussain Baig) claims that the killing of Wani was done by a section of police to discredit the Chief Minister,” the letter written by senior NC leader Ali Mohammed Sagar said.
The National Conference said it took the state government nearly two weeks to call for an important meeting whereas the Chief Minister took no time in calling a civil society meeting which indicates that she has no respect for elected people.

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