Reiterating its appeal for maintaining calm in Kashmir Valley, Congress today termed the deteriorating situation in valley as most dangerous, fraught with serious consequences, ahead. The Congress also urged the Centre Govt to take effective measures to bring back normalcy without any further delay.In a statement issued to KNS, JKPCC Chief G.A. Mir while reiterating his appeal for maintaining calm in the valley, has said that the continuous deteriorating situation in valley is going to have serious consequences on the overall development of the State, besides effecting future of the people living not only in Kashmir Valley, but in the entire State in one way or the other. Serious efforts should be made on the part of Centre Govt as well as the State Govt to bring back normalcy, he said.He said Congress Party is high concerned about the fate of the State and want that normalcy should prevail in the valley very immediately, people are passing through a very crucial phase, besides the inability and inefficiency of the Centre and State Govts’ to tackle the situation turned the peaceful atmosphere of the valley into an explosive situation, besides hitting the socio, political and economic scenario to a largest extent, which is very unfortunate and distressing, he said.
Stating that situation is beyond the control of State Govt, he said had the State and Centre Govts’ had taken effective measure early, the losses in any form could have been avoided, but this is unfortunate both the Governments remained insensitive to the situation, as a result the entire valley is on boil.Emphasizing the need for restoration of normalcy, PCC Chief urged upon the Centre Govt to take effective measures to bring back normalcy, besides ensuring that no loss of lives from either side happen again.Expressing serious concern over the regular incidents of killings and injuries following by protests in the valley, G.A. Mir said that such type of unfortunate incidents shall lead to the further alienation of the people, as a result, the restoration of peace in the valley will be very difficult, so there was a need to exercise restraint, besides avoiding causalities, he added. (KNS)