Jammu, Jan 28: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday alleged that the Mehbooba Mufti government was following the "doctrine of National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval" not the Agenda of Alliance. "I want to tell you that you (Mehbooba) are not running the government as per the Agenda of Alliance (AOA) but you are running it as per Ajit Doval's doctrine. It is the truth. Please accept this," he said in the Legislative Assembly here.
The National Conference chief said, "Please go to the YouTube and see the lecture of Doval which has 5 or 6 parts and it is 2010's lecture not a new one2010 October 10. His lecture is based on the analysis of 2010 unrest and how to deal about it and the relation between India and Pakistan. "What Doval sahib has said in 2010 and the way you are dealing Jammu and Kashmir, there is no difference. There is no iota of difference." The NC MLA went on to "It deals with how to ignore the political, ideological and philosophical side of Jammu and Kashmir.
Nowhere should it be mentioned that Jammu and Kashmir is a political issue and it should be dealt politically and how we should deal with the Pakistan and how we should marginalise Hurriyat Conference - all such things are recorded in these lecture." "I want to tell you either run the state as per the Agenda of the Alliance in which you have talked about the high degree of visiondialogue, peace process, unity and lot more or follow the footprints on which you are moving forward as both of them are contradictory," Omar told Mehbooba in the House.
"Either you can run the Agenda of Alliance or Ajit Doval's doctrine because there is no common linkage between the two. It is you and your colleagues who have to decide which way to follow and which roadmap you want to bring in to the state of Jammu and Kashmir," he said.
"Please take this House into the confidence and tell us that there is only one doctrine that is Agenda of Alliance. Everybody wants peace and normalcy in the state," he added.
On the government's performance, he said, "Nearly two years have been completed by your government but what you have been given to the people of the state, what have we achieved."
Questioning the formation of SITs to probe deaths during the unrest, Omar said, "This House discussed the 2016 Kashmir unrest. When you say there is no need of judicial probe as the government has set up Special Investigation Teams (SITs) to probe the deaths in Kashmir unrest. These SITs suit you only. Where have the previous probe report of SITs gone.
"During my time you had no faith in such probe panels. When more than 100 people have lost their lives and police is a party in it how can you hand over the probe to SITs. If you are convinced that there is no need of judicial probe panel you convince us we will live it."