If J&Ok wants progress, all detained leaders must be launched: Ghulam Nabi Azad

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Senior Congress chief Ghulam Nabi Azad stated on Saturday that if Jammu and Kashmir wants progress, all political leaders positioned beneath home arrest in Srinagar must be launched.

Azad, who spoke to media individuals within the presence of National Conference (NC) chief Farooq Abdullah, stated, "If Jammu and Kashmir has to progress, all political leaders will have to be released under house arrest in Srinagar."

Leader of the Opposition within the Rajya Sabha Azad stated, "The political process should begin in Jammu and Kashmir. In Jammu and Kashmir, due process should be followed by an early election."

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                 I met National Conference MP Farooq Abdullah after seven months. He was detained for these seven months. The purpose for his detention is just not recognized but. "

No work accomplished within the state for 3 years

Azad stated that no work has been accomplished about any mission or roads for 3 years, leading to unemployment within the state. Other companies equivalent to tourism, handicraft and imports and exports have additionally been affected. In Jammu too, transport and industries have been affected.

Jammu and Kashmir needs to be declared a state once more

Azad stated that the choice to declare the state of Jammu and Kashmir as a union territory is an insult to the individuals of Jammu and Kashmir. It needs to be repealed. Jammu and Kashmir needs to be declared a state once more. "

Earlier today, Azad met Farooq Abdullah at his residence right here.

Farooq was beneath home arrest for seven months

Earlier, three-time former Chief Minister Farooq met his son Omar Abdullah in Srinagar sub-jail the place he’s beneath home arrest after his launch. Farooq was launched from home arrest on Friday after the Center issued an order to arrest the NC chief detained beneath the Public Safety Act after repealing Section 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. He was beneath home arrest for seven months. Several mainstream leaders in Jammu and Kashmir, together with Farooq's son Omar and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti, had been additionally positioned beneath home arrest in August after Article 370 was repealed.

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