‘Several clauses in PDP-BJP Common Minimum Prog anti-Kashmir’

Srinagar: JKLF Chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik Friday alleged that the Common Minimum Programme between Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has many clauses “that are against the interests of Kashmiris.”
In a statement, Malik while reacting to media reports about BJP-PDP panel of ministers who are supposed to visit New Delhi shortly to “resolve issues” related to implementation of ‘Agenda of Alliance’ or Common Minimum Program said that his party will never accept any such agenda. “We will resist all these conspiracies against the people of Kashmir.”
He further said that agenda of alliance between BJP and PDP was “anti-Kashmir.” “This CMP for enjoying power contains many clauses which are highly controversial and anti-Kashmiri. These include the proposed Israeli-type settlements in the name of Kashmiri Pandits colonies, giving West Pakistan refugees permanent citizenship of J&K to change the demography of Jammu Kashmir and eroding the special status of Jammu Kashmir and end state subject law etc.”
He said that Kashmiris have unanimously protested against all such moves. “Kashmiris have advised so called leaders not to play with fire by implementing these RSS agendas in Kashmir.”
He said that his party was constantly monitoring the matter. “People here will not let any anti-Kashmir agenda to succeed and will resist every such move with full force and passion,” he said.