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Bhim accuses govt for sabotaging democratic norms
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NEW DELHI, Dec 3: On the other hands, another minister Salathia had set up decoration camps at the threshold of the polling stations in Samba, Hiranagar and Kathua distributing gifts to Panches and Sarpanches publicly. This matter was brought to the notice of Governor as well as the Divisional Commissioner, Jammu who is also a Returning Officer. At Mahore and Kalakote polling stations Congress and NC Sarpanches were allowed to sit inside the polling booths by the Presiding Officers.

Bhim said that Congress and National Conference were responsible for criminal conspiracy to rig polls right since 1955. In 1987, it was National Conference which rigged the election under Farooq Abdullah’s regime which turned contestants like Salahuddin into terrorists who took up arms against Indian government. In 1988, it was Farooq Abdullah, the then Chief Minister who rigged the polls in Parliamentary by-elections from Udhampur against Prof. Bhim Singh. Prof. Bhim Singh had won Lok Sabha election by 32000 votes yet he was declared defeated by couple of hundreds of votes by NC-Congress alliance. Prof. Bhim Singh had won the case in the High Court of J&K yet he could not enter Lok Sabha because Lok Sabha was dissolved a few days before the judgment came. The NPP Chief said that National Conference manipulated curfews in Kashmir on the eve of election to the Assembly in 1996 and several of its members won the election by securing votes not more than in three digits. The National Conference thus is responsible for the rise of terrorism in J&K.

Bhim urged the Governor of J&K, N.N. Vohra to hold inquiry into the naked flagration of Election Rules and Code of Conduct by the ministers and the officials of J&K government. He said if this is the kind of democracy which government of India intends to impose on the people of J&K, the consequences can well be imagined. He demanded that all polls to the Legislative Assembly, Council and Parliament should directly be conducted by the Chief Election of India and under the representations of People’s Act and not under the State Law. He also demanded that fundamental rights should be incorporated in the Constitution of J&K in the interest of National Integration and survival of democracy in J&K which has become a casualty under the NC-Congress rule in the state.


News Updated at : Monday, December 03, 2012
 
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