A battle of words broke out between mainstream and separatist events on Monday over the Kashmir utter of affairs and the ramifications of shutdown politics.
“Can [Hurriyat chairman Syed Ali] Geelani present me his response to the Pakistan Prime Minister who has repeated many cases no longer too long ago that Azadi (independence) is rarely any longer an choice for Kashmir. Hypocrisy is a Geelani trait,” National Conference leader Omar Abdullah wrote on Twitter.
The weak Chief Minister was fracture by Mr. Geelani’s feedback on National Conference president Farooq Abdullah’s assertion that Azadi was no longer a truth.
“While Farooq Abdullah’s ancestors were engaged in Kashmir fight, Geelani was combating elections and aligning with the then Janata Occasion,” Mr. Abdullah said.
A joint assertion issued by Joint Resistance Leadership, comprising Mr. Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik took on each NC and ruling Peoples Democratic Occasion (PDP) for their remarks.
‘Slaves of Nagpur’
“The admire for chair has entirely blinded her [Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufit] and her ilk of opportunists to envision what havoc they comprise got wreaked upon Kashmir since their alliance with the BJP. Folk of Kashmir attain no longer need the largesse of Original Delhi to live on as Ms. Mufti suggests and are no beggars,” the assertion said.
Terming mainstream events as “slaves of Nagpur”, a Hurriyat spokesman said, “It’s attributable to these folks who our existence, identity, religion, culture and all the pieces is on the verge of extinction.”
He said whereas the NC “pushed Kashmir into a deep gorge, the PDP wants to bury us alive”.
The separatists were irked by Ms. Mufti’s criticism of the enterprise community on the shutdown politics on Sunday.
“What comprise folks accomplished in the past 30 years by self-inflicting protests? An toddle of land hasn’t moved. We shut our retail outlets and doors when any individual from Original Delhi involves Kashmir however afterwards we streak to them asking for money,” she said.