Committed to restore honour, dignity of people of JK: Mufti

Jammu and Kashmir News

ANANTNAG, SEPTEMBER 13: Vowing to end political instability of 70 long years in the state and restore people’s honour and dignity,  Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, Sunday said he enjoys the faith and confidence of people in taking J&K forward on the path of peace and development.

He said Islam’s message of peace is too loud to be lost in the din of violence perpetrated by some people in its noble name. “Peace will not return with guns but dialogue. Innocent people in Syria, Iraq and Yemen are fleeing and taking shelter in Europe to escape bloodshed in their countries. Leaders like Chancellor of Germany and Prime Minister of England are taking a lead to provide succour to the refugees who are in a despicable condition,” he said, while reiterating his slogan of Na Grenade se Na Goli Se, Baat Banage Bol

The Chief Minister was addressing a large gathering of people, after inaugurating South Kashmir Sports Festival, at Government Degree College for Boys, here today.

Promising people to annihilate distances and give them their rights, Mufti Sayeed said J&K was just like a locked jail with no keys in sight when he took over in 2002. “We build roads, strengthened institutions and encouraged people-to-people contact, including confidence building measures across the LoC. I promise to take forward that agenda again,” he stated.

Advocating opening of more cross-LoC points to take trade and travel beyond divided families, the Chief Minister said he travelled to Kaman Post and Salamabad twice to convey his message of peace so that stability returns to the region. He said he has promised to make Uri a smart town and he will soon visit Chakan da Bagh, in Poonch, to take firsthand appraisal of the cross-LoC trade and travel there. “My thought is the thought of the people of Jammu & Kashmir. I have no yearning for power. I want to bring a positive change and give people their right and restore the glory of this wonderful state,” he added.

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6 thoughts on “Committed to restore honour, dignity of people of JK: Mufti

  • September 13, 2015 at 1:39 pm

    What kind of honor and dignity he talks about ? Remind day is not so far when such kind leaders will cry but they cant do anything. They forget that they have to have present all doings in front of ALMIGHTY.

  • September 13, 2015 at 1:45 pm

    he iz who was involved the kilng of 2008 stil we dnt get any leson and wat else can xcpt after that . he and his daughter can play important role in 370 act abolistion but it cnt hapen i realy hate his got

  • September 13, 2015 at 2:12 pm

    mera kasoor ka hai,papeeyea”bird” say poochyea pee pee woh keh raha hai piyea jaa raha hoon mai,whisky,kutt sir par hai

  • September 13, 2015 at 5:06 pm

    First let ur people to make Qurbani then say honour……
    Thirdrate mind


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