NEET decision a ploy to undermine J&K special status: Hurriyats

Srinagar: Supreme Court of India’s decision to bring J&K under the purview of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admissions to professional medical courses is aimed at undermining the special status of the state, the resistance camp said on Tuesday.
Hurriyat (G) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani said that treating the state of Jammu and Kashmir on par with the states of India does “not fulfill the parameters of justice and the said court decision had also neglected the special status and sensitivity of this state”.
Geelani said Jammu and Kashmir has its own constitution and law which has been completely ignored in the decision.
“The honourable judges of the Supreme Court of India are not unaware of the fact that Jammu and Kashmir is not a UP or Bihar but its status is totally different and unique,” Geelani said.
“The final solution with regarding to the future of this state is pending and this region is in no way any legal part of India,” he said.
Geelani said Indian policymakers were “employing resources and machinery to dilute” the disputed nature and special status of Jammu Kashmir.
He said the decision appears politically motivated and also exposes the statement of Mehbooba Mufti in which she said that the future of Jammu and Kashmir was secure with India.
“Indian Union wants to harm the interests of Kashmiri nation in every possible way and this time they have targeted the education and professional career of our children,” Geelani said adding his issue.
The Hurriyat faction led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said the decision “is not only injustice toward local students but also a ploy to weaken the state’s control over its educational institutions”.
Hurriyat (M) said in a statement released after the executive council meeting of the amalgam chaired by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq.
“The decision would affect the rights of the people of Jammu Kashmir to run their professional education institutions,” the statement said.
The conglomerate said that the powers of the state were being eroded continually under a well-planned strategy with a nefarious design.
“Jammu Kashmir is an internationally-accepted dispute and rendering institutions of the state powerless and handing their control over to Government of India was being deliberately done to affect its disputed nature,” the statement added.

One Response to "NEET decision a ploy to undermine J&K special status: Hurriyats"

  1. SKGBEGUM   May 11, 2016 at 9:56 pm

    NEET say kis ko faida huva mujhay to maloom nahi, magar jo bhi huva mere saath to bur huva, humaray ap kay eamcet may 140/160 as per official key aayehai; may is number ku hsil karnay kay liye 4 saal lag gaaye (with long term), socha tha is baar kisi bhi halat may mbbs ki seat hasil karkay rahungi, magar sc ki faisilay say mere to zinda gi barbd hogayi, kyuki neet ka exam denay kay liye dubara coaching lena padega, aaj hi college valonay message bhejay hai kay neet kay class 16 say shooru hongay aur iskay li ye 15000/- alga say bharnay padengay, mere ghar ki hal to aisi hai kay teen time khana miln bhi mushkil hai, dady nay to saaf mana kar diye paisay bahrnay kay liye, abhi tak auto say gujara hota tha, ccident ki vajha say oh bhi band? aap log hi bato neet say kis ko faida hu , bus mujhay to nuksan hu, dosro ki gindagi barad honay say aap ku kya matlab?