PDP president Mehbooba Mufti, who was a BJP ally for some time in Jammu and Kashmir, criticised the saffron party.
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Mehbooba said anyone who raised voice against the wrong measures of the Government of India (GOI) was labelled as "Pakistani agent".
She also criticised the police over reports of the booking of a 15-year-old boy under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) in north Kashmir's Bandipora.
She also alleged that efficiency, experience and competency are no more yardsticks for posting of officers at key places in Jammu and Kashmir "resulting in complete administrative chaos".
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Mehbooba Mufti accused the J-K administration of persecuting members of the Gujjar-Bakerwal communities by evicting them from forest areas.
In Kashmir it's a punishable offence where an artist is booked under PSA & a preacher is arrested simply for expressing solidarity with Palestinians, she alleged on Twitter.
The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said she did not wish to "politicise the human tragedy that has befallen us all".
Out of the 28 MLAs elected on PDP ticket to J&K Assembly in 2014, 18 have quit the party since the fall of PDP-BJP government.
She also appealed Kashmiri youth not to pick up guns and follow democratic means. At the same time, she urged the Centre to follow the same policy in J&K that is being followed in Assam.
"Want to confirm media reports that my younger daughter Iltija tested positive for COVID today," the former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister wrote on Twitter.
After her five-hour-long questioning that day, Mufti had told reporters that central agencies like the NIA, CBI and the ED were being "misused" to silence the opposition.
The administration also directed all deputy commissioners and divisional heads of departments to implement the L-G's order within a fortnight.
Mufti's comments come in the backdrop of the exit of one of the PAGD constituents, the Peoples Conference.
The PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti's remarks came after the Jammu and Kashmir High Court dismissed her petition seeking direction to passport authority for issuing a passport in her favour.