M Saroori condemns Myanmar violence, says everyone is ‘deeply troubled’ by ongoing Rohingya crisis Only Congress can ensure envisages a system of fair governance and transparency
Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Vice President, G. M Saroori condemned an upsurge in violence in Myanmar that has sent 8,00,000 Rohingya Muslims fleeing to neighbouring Bangladesh, saying that everyone should be concerned by the violence there.
Saroori said the policy of repression of the government of Myanmar’s against minority Rohingya Muslims is condemnable. Everyone is gravely concerned and condemns the policy of repression and forced displacement carried out by the government of Myanmar against the Rohingya minority.
“Everyone except some communal thinking peoples are deeply troubled by the ongoing crisis in Burma,” said Saroori and added that at least 8, 00,000 people have fled their homes in the wake of attacks on Rohingya Muslims. He said I strongly believe that peaceful coexistence of all communities in Myanmar— with provision of fundamental rights like citizenship, freedom to practice religion, education and security— is essential to peace, progress and prosperity of the country.
Saroori visited various areas of sub-division Chatroo including Singpore, Baigpora, Maliknar, Chingam, Dangernalla, Chatroo, Mugalmaidan, Dadpeth areas and addressed workers meetings there. While addressing, Saroori said that PDP-BJP coalition government failed to carry the chapter of peace and development in Jammu and Kashmir besides failed in reviving people’s faith in the democratic institutions.
He said that PDP-BJP government only wants to holds their chair whether people will die and the government won’t do anything for them. What both the coalition partners want is only to attain the power by hook or crook. Masses of the state firmly believe that only Congress party can restore peace and can establish a system of equal justice and opportunities for development and economic growth. He said only Congress government can ensure envisages a system of fair governance and transparency, we are committed to the cause of establishing a system that can withstood all pressures and manipulations of political elites,” he said adding that Congress party will continue to work for making political class accountable to the people.
Congress lawmaker rued maladministration and rampant corruption in the state saying that that the PDP-BJP coalition government has landed the state in its worst crisis on political and economic fronts. “There is no development strategy and corruption is rampant as was pointed out even by the reports of CAG.
Prominent among those AEE R&B Chatroo Anil Mehra, ZEPO Fateh Mohd Khan, SHO Chatroo Bashir Ahmed, senior congress leaders, workers besides local congressmen were present during the said meetings.