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Congress must clear its stand on PDP: JKNPP

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Jammu, Apr, 14 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) Chairman Prof Bhim Singh has asked the Congress To clear its stand on having an alliance with the People's Democratic Party (PDP), the other coalition partner in the Jammu and Kashmir Government.

Mr Singh, talking to UNI here today expressed his concern over the alleged anti-national Comments of PDP president Mehbooba Mufti in recent-past and asked the Congress to clarify about having an alliance with a party who was playing the role of secessionist in the state.

Taking a DIG at the Congress President, and UPA convenor Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Dr Mahmohan Singh for being silent over Ms Mufiti's provocative statments and her advocacy for Pakistan's agenda, he charged the Congress of compromising just for the sake of power and vested politics.

Prof Singh went on saying that the state is virtually ruled by PDP even after the change of guard, as its patron and former chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed is getting it run according to his wishes, agenda and policies.

Criticisng the working of State Human Right Commission, he alleged that it is not taking the issue of sale of children in Talwara camps in Riasi seriously and threatened if the commission does not investigate the issue and work for protecting the human rights in the state the party will be forced to launch an agitation for closing it down.

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