Omar, Mehbooba hit out at govt for opening land, housing in J&K

Srinagar: Two former chief ministers have hit out at government over the reports that they are opening land, housing in J&K to every citizen of India.

For the first time after J&K special status was scrapped, J&K Government held  a real estate summit in Jammu in a bid to encourage people from across the country to buy land.

Peoples Democratic Party president Mehbooba  Mufti alleged Government of India’s “sole motive is to annihilate our identity & change the demography.”

“J&Ks special status was illegally revoked to dehumanise, dispossess & disempower the only muslim majority state in India. GOIs brazen loot & sale of our resources shows that the sole motive is to annihilate our identity & change the demography,” Mehbooba tweeted.

National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah said J&K is being put up for sale. “Once again the true intentions of the government are brought to the fore. While offering to secure the land, jobs, domicile laws & identity of the people of Ladakh, J&K is being put up for sale. People of Jammu should beware, “investors” will buy up land in Jammu long before Kashmir,” Omar tweeted.
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