BJP, RSS bigger threat than pak millitant in J&K: OMAR
National Conference (NC) vice president Omar Abdullah today said that BJP and RSS are bigger threats than Pakistan and militants to Jammu and Kashmir.
He was addressing a public meeting at Kund valley, Devsar in Kulgam district.
"J&K does not face as much threat from neighbouring country or the muzzle of gun as it faces from the forces as are hell-bent to destroy the special status of the state. Keeping the challenges the state is facing in view the people have to make a right choice in the ensuing elections while choosing their representative for Lok Sabha," Omar said.
He added that any one holding a public post whether a governor or a chief minister in J&K has to take oath on state constitution. However, anti-state forces are not able to digest that realism.
This has become a scorn in the eyes of those forces as have revived their vows to destroy the special constitutional position of our state in their manifesto. However, they fail to understand that the erstwhile Dogra ruler Hari Singh did not merge with the union, he had only acceded with the dominion of India on three subjects. While as the rest of princely state’s subsequently merged with the union, the state of Jammu and Kashmir chose not to sign the merger papers, NC leader said.