Violence have damaged social fabric, People grappling with deaths for the past 30 years in J&K: Altaf Bukhari

Violence have damaged social fabric, People grappling with deaths for the past 30 years in J&K: Altaf Bukhari

Srinagar: Apni Party President Altaf Bukhari on Friday said that the turmoil and violence have damaged social fabric and people have been grappling with deaths and bloodshed for the past more than 30 years in Jammu and Kashmir.
Emphasising on the restoration of peace, Bukhari said, “People have been grappling with deaths and bloodshed for the past more than 30 years. The turmoil and violence have damaged our social fabric as well”.
He said “We cannot afford further destruction, thus we need to ensure a peaceful environment, which will eventually pave a way for the prosperity of the people and the development in Jammu and Kashmir.”
Addressing a public rally in north Kashmir’s Singhpora Pattan on Friday Bukhari said that deceptive politics by the traditional political parties have caused severe developmental deficits in Jammu and Kashmir over the years.
Without naming any political party, he said the leaders used to allure people in the name of autonomy and self-rule.
“They did not mean to fulfill their promises, instead they rendered you helpless and in a pathetic situation. Their deceiving politics and emotional slogans landed thousands of our young boys either in jails or in the graveyards”, he added.
He urged people not to fall prey to the deceptive politics of the traditional political parties anymore.
He said, “The political leaders who have been at the helm of affairs in the past have always misled masses through false promises and emotional slogans for their electoral gains”, he said in a statement.
He said, “Now, it is your responsibility to tell these so-called leaders that enough is enough. They will come to you again with the false promises, but you must refuse to fall into their trap this time. You should vote smartly, now. You should make sure that you elect only those who are capable of raising your standard, and work for the development of this land.”
UNI

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