JK News Today
Srinagar, September 08:
On the occasion of 39th death anniversary of his father Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah on Wednesday,National Conference president Farooq Abdullah made it clear that his party will not shy away from the polls, but it will never compromise on the restoration of Article 370, 35 A and statehood.
Farooq Abdullah did not sequence the turn of events but said it in clearer terms that the party’s struggle for its underlined goals for J&K as state will stay alive.
Taking to media after offering fateh at the mausoleum of Sheikh Abdullah, the NC leader said that his party will continue to struggle for rights of the people of the state.
“I don’t know when elections would be held. Whenever they are held, we won’t shy away and rather participate and win as well. The Centre must first restore statehood before holding polls.”
The NC chief said that his party is committed to fight for the restoration of Statehood and Article 370. “There is no change in our stance. We are fighting and will continue to fight,”
About Taliban’s takeover, the NC chief said that Taliban must protect human rights in Afghanistan. “They must follow Islamic principles in spirit and build good relations with rest of the world,” Dr Abdullah said.