New Delhi turned NC politically impotent: Beg
Srinagar Feb 11: Accusing New Delhi of making National Conference “politically impotent” senior National Conference leader and Member Parliament Dr Mehboob Beg on Monday said that the party leaders have been left with no explanation over the issue.
Talking to Greater Kashmir over phone from New Delhi, Dr Beg said Chief Minister is an elected representative of Jammu and Kashmir but GoI’s didn’t pay any heed towards his apprehensions on the fallout of Guru’s hanging.
“It is very unfortunate that Guru was hanged despite the expected repercussions of the incident in Kashmir,” he said. He said that there are many other convicts facing the similar sentences whose death penalties have been delayed. “We had been requesting the GoI to convert Guru’s death sentence into life imprisonment. But, the centre preferred to make the Kashmir its laboratory for the experiment,” Dr Beg said.
The NC MP said that he believes New Delhi by hanging Guru has left people to suffer. “GoI had told Omar to suffer as the decision to hang Guru can’t be changed,” he said.
“I am of the firm belief that Guru has become more powerful after his death. His death will not have only short- term implications but long term as well,” the NC MP said.
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