senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Harsh Dev Singh, reiterating the demand for early restoration of democracy in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, said that the territory was being illogically and illegitimately deprived of elected government.
Harsh Dev Singh addressing public meetings in Omala, Kotti Bala and Cherri villages of Chenani constituency during his two days tour said, a remote controlled system of governance could not be the solution for the woes and sufferings of the people of Kashmir.
He asserted that the outside bureaucrats and New Delhi leaders could not be the substitute for a legitimate elected government which alone could address the peculiar problems of the new set-up in the territory.
“The people can’t be deprived of their legitimate rights to have an elected Govt of their own. Any further delay to hold elections would only amount to violation of the Indian Constitution which the Centre claims to have extended to the UT of J&K,” said Harsh Dev Singh.
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