Senator Narinder Nath Vohra Friday skirted the Martyrs Day function while the Governor’s organization had a gathering of all the managerial secretaries booked on a State occasion.
The nonattendance of the Governor and his three guides left National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah wondrous and addressing with reference to why anybody from the head honchos of the administration skirted the occasion.
Addressing media people in the wake of laying wreaths on the graves of the July 13 Martyrs at the Martyrs Graveyard at Naqshband Sahab in Srinagar downtown, Omar said if the Governor was occupied then somebody from among the three guides ought to have gone to the service.
“Is anything but an element of some gathering however a State work. It ought to be regarded in like manner,” Omar said. “On the off chance that the administration needs to end the custom of recognizing the saints, at that point let them attempt it.”
He said holding a gathering in the secretariat on the event was unfathomable in the past as no State occasion had been dispensed this treatment by the administration.
Prior, Governor Vohra skirted the occasion dissimilar to the most recent year when the then Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had directed the watch of respect and wreath laying service.
Today, the official wreath-laying function was managed by Director General of Police Sheesh Paul Vaid alongside Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Khan.
On Thursday a request issued by the legislature of Jammu and Kashmir read, “The main secretary will take a gathering of the authoritative secretaries on 13 July 2018 at 3 pm in the board of trustees room third-floor common secretariat Srinagar.”
The request additionally peruses: “As needs be, all the managerial secretaries are asked for to sympathetically make it advantageous to go to the gathering.”
People groups Democratic Party President Mehbooba Mufti likewise told journalists subsequent to laying wreaths that the Martyrs Day denotes the establishment laying of the current situation with Jammu Kashmir and everyone should visit the place to pay their tributes.
“Each pioneer should come here on the grounds that, for J&K’s popular government, they have set out their lives,” she said.
Curiously, a year ago coalition accomplices in Jammu and Kashmir State government BJP had likewise skirted the occasion.
Awami Ittihad Party President and MLA Langate Engineer Rasheed stated, “While periphery and shared components are occupied with bring forth intrigues in Jammu locale, overlooking the way that the saints relinquished their lives for the general population of the whole State.”
He said the Chief Secretary, in a repulsive and dishonorable occurrence, had assembled a gathering of regulatory secretaries in the common secretariat just to weaken the holiness of the Martyrs Day.
“Being an open hireling, the Chief Secretary ought to have led projects to pay tributes to those saints whom everybody, cutting crosswise over political belief systems, perceives,” Rasheed said. “It is shameful that even the Governor wanted to skirt the capacity.”
He said neither the BJP nor any of their partners had gone to the Martyrs Graveyard and the gathering was in this manner proceeding to give 13 July, the Martyrs Day, a shared shading.
“Without a doubt, saints needn’t bother with reverence from State organization however the intermediaries of New Delhi have uncovered themselves by attempting to actualize the RSS plan through secondary passage channels,” Rasheed said.
On July 13, 1931, 22 Kashmiris were gunned around the armed force of totalitarian Dogra ruler after the general population ascended against the harsh Maharaja’s run for their rights.