NC Party Convention Turns Soar


National Conference party convention in the district, considered to be the bastion of the Abdullahs, witnessed chaos as the two groups of the party raised slogans against each other while in the midst of the bedlam, Provincial President of the party for Kashmir province Nasir Aslam Wani lost his cool and kicked a party worker.

Reports said that both the groups tried to clash with each other, however the timely intervention of some party leaders defused the situation.

As the Rural Development Minister Ali Muhammad Sagar finished his speech, both the groups started shouting slogans against each other. Nasir Aslam Wani lost his cool and came down from the stage and kicked a party worker continuously. The action of Wani was resented by other workers who warned of election boycott if the party leaders don’t change their attitude towards their workers,”.

Reports said security personnel stopped another worker who tried to confront Wani. Scores of other party workers left the convention amid anti-NC slogans soon after this incident.

The National Conference leaders have learnt nothing from the defeat that they tasted in Parliament elections. The behavior of these leaders is disgusting. We have self-respect and if the party leaders did not change their attitude towards their workers, then we will boycott the forthcoming Assembly elections,” a party workers said which are present there.

In April this year, Minister for Higher Education Muhammad Akbar Lone in presence of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah humiliated a youth when he tried to draw the attention of Chief Minister towards his problem during an election rally in North Kashmir’s Baramullah district.

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