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Mankotia asks Farooq to learn history
Posted 10 Apr 2018 05:08 PM

Agencies
Reacting sharply on the statement of NC patron, former MLA and NPP State President Balwant Singh Mankotia asked former Chief Minister Dr Farooq Abdullah to learn history and reminded him that Jammu and Kashmir is the outcome of Dogra rulers. He reiterated that formation of separate Jammu state is need of the hour to end continuous discrimination with the people of Jammu region and NPP has launched the movement for its logical conclusion.
Leading the Panchayat Chalo Abhiyan launched by party on the 1st March 2018, Mankotia addressed series of street rallies at village Ghagwal, Sajhi Morh, Haripur, Chak Mathura of Hiranagar Constituency.
While addressing the rallies, Mankotia made a scathing attack on NC Patron Dr Farooq Abdullah for his statement on the issue of separate Jammu state demand. He asked former Chief Minister Dr Abdullah to learn history of Jammu and Kashmir and reminded him that Jammu and Kashmir is the outcome of Dogra rulers.
He reminded that Maharaja Gulab Singh purchased the Jammu and Kashmir State for Rs 75 lakh from Punjab Government and Kashmiri leaders have forcefully occupied the State and NPP would get the same vacated from Kashmiri rulers.
Mankotia warned Abdullah and asked him to tender an apology from the party otherwise NPP would launch an agitation against him. It is pertinent to mention here that Dr Farooq Abdullah opposed the separate Jammu state demand during a rally at Poonch and termed that J&K is not a personal property.
Mankotia during his tour of Hiranagar Constituency met agitating women and assured full support of the party. He further reiterated that Dogra people would get rights and justice only after the formation of separate Jammu State and reaffirmed that NPP would provide justice to the people of Jammu region and appealed to support the Panther Party. District President Robin Sharma, Ram Saran, Advocate Choudhary Sohan Singh, Manoj Gupta, Satish Sharma and Jagdish Chander also addressed the gathering.

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