PDP working hard for restoring peace: Hamid Choudhary

Expressing his grave concern over continuing cycle of violence in Kashmir, People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader and former member J&K State Advisory Board for Gujjars and Bakerwals, Abdul Hamid Choudhary today said that unlike past, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and her ministerial colleagues are boldly facing the situation and working hard towards restoring peace in the state besides protecting human lives at all costs. He said nothing is more important than protecting human lives for which central government and security agencies are being persistently made to adopt utmost restraint in dealing with any uprising and adopting Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Urging youth and their parents to not to put their lives at risk, Choudhary Hamid said those opposition forces whose hands are in blood are trying to exploit the situation just for their political gains and vested interests which must be understood wisely. How can anyone whose hands are in blood be a saviour or sympathiser, he questioned urging people to not to fall a prey rumours and misleading statements and instead
allow the situation to return to normal.
The PDP leader said, ‘each one of us feel the pain of those who lost their dear ones but at the same time there’s no denying the fact that entire administrative machinery has been put on tenterhooks only to ensure safety and security of people’. The coalition government is committed to people’s welfare which was why it is taking decision based on people’s aspirations and needs. “We want jobs for youth and their safety is our prime concern besides the Chief Minister is working hard to make sure that young boys and girls lead a dignified life”, he asserted.
Condemning opposition leaders for adding fuel to fire, Choudhary Hamid said no sane person would ever try to exploit situation and instigate youth to take to stone pelting or gun which he alleged is being done by several vested interests. He appealed youth to adopt restrain and let normalcy return to Valley. As per the dreams and aspirations of late chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, the coalition he said intend to go by ‘Healing Touch’ policy and help state become self-reliant just because disillusioned persons are being exploited by many.

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