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Thursday, May 19, 2016

Land issue unites separatists in valley Malik and Geelani says do or die situation for Kashmir

By on Thursday, May 19, 2016

The separatist leaders are going to stand jointly on the issue of land in J&K. All these voiced against the new industrial policy, the separate colony for Kashmiri Pandit and the colony for armed forces. Annual growth in the state of J&K nominal GDP for the year 2001-2002 was Rs 18,039 crores and the progress 2014-2015 has been Rs 87,921 crores. The growth of GDP in state shows the development condition. Kashmir's development plans have been always targeted.
Yasin Malik JKLF held a meeting on Wednesday at Hurriyat Conference leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s home. Both the leader agreed upon the protest campaign against the government. The leaders said that the pre-independence established organizations will stand to face the situation.
Geelani and Malik said that the do or die situation for Kashmir has created. The state government is going to implement the RSS agenda in the state. We all unitedly will protest it strongly. He said that the Union Government intended to change the state demography and  to let the life like palestinian's living be here.
The chief minister Mehbuba Mufti clarified that the decision has not taken his government but the decision had been taken during the governor rule. The government is reviewing the decision. The former chief minister of state Farooq Abdulla said that Mufti and his party to maintain its power accorded with Delhi on the endangering issue.
The new industrial policy, the non state laborers colony, the separate colony for Kashmiri Pandit and the colony for armed forces all are effort of a conspiracy to abolish the article 370 in Kashmir. Umar already has been alleged to damage the tourism and industry of Kashmir


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