New Delhi, June 09: Waheed-ur-Rehman Parra a close aide of former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Muft was willing to go to any lengths to eliminate his political opponents by paying terror groups, investigations have shown.
A police chargesheet filed against him says that he had been an asset for terror groups based out of Pakistan for 13 years. The chargesheet running into 19 pages details his journey from a journalist in 2007 to becoming a politician. The police say his is a saga of subterfuge, deceit and double dealing.
The dossier on Mehbooba Mufti states that she is a hot-headed scheming person. On Omar Abdullah, the dossier says that he has been planning activities against the Union of India under the guise of politics. With this being the situation, the release of Omar and Mehbooba could be fatal.
Bengaluru: Daddy’s Girl and Kota Rani are some of the words that have been used in the dossier prepared on Mehbooba Mufti, against whom the Public Safety Act has been slapped. However, a very telling remark in the dossier states that the green colour of the PDP’s flag reflects its radical origin.
The Public Safety Act was slapped on both Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah last week, in a bid to maintain peace in the Valley. It may be recalled that MyNation had reported last week that both the leaders were reaching out to the separatists in a bid to disturb peace in the Valley.
Sources in the Union home ministry told MyNation that slapping the Public Safety Act was absolutely necessary and the two leaders – Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti – have shown no signs of helping in the restoration of peace in the Valley
In a major decision, two former chief ministers of Jammu and Kashmir were booked under the Public Safety Act hours before their preventive detention was about to come to an end. The PSA was slapped on Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah.
The decision of the Union government has been questioned and many have called the move draconian. However, sources in the Union home ministry told MyNation that it was absolutely necessary and the two leaders have shown no signs of helping in the restoration of peace in the Valley.
Srinagar, Sep 02: The authorities in Jammu and Kashmir finally allowed two former chief ministers, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti to meet with their relatives. Both were under house arrest following the decision of the Union Government to abrogate Article 370.
Why are we even running the government in Jammu and Kashmir, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has asked. He was reacting to the filing of the FIR against Army personnel following the stone pelting incident at Shopian on Saturday.
In a shameful incident, 10 persons attacked two Kashmiris in Bengaluru as they were unable to speak in Kannada. The incident has caught the attention of the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti who has termed the incident as disturbing.