National Conference senior leader Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal Monday said that 2014 Assembly elections is a watershed moment in the history of Jammu and Kashmir as no Indian agency interfered or tried to back any candidate in these elections. “This thing has happened for the first time when no Indian agency interfered in poll process in Jammu and Kashmir. In 2002, Indian agencies played an active role and backed several candidates and ensured their victory,” he said adding that 2014 elections in the state were conducted in free and fair manner so far. He alleged that BJP and PDP played politics on flood fury and tried their best mislead the voters of Kashmir. “BJP spread the word that National Conference failed to put a balm on the wounds of flood victims and this party along with PDP tried to gain maximum out of this,” Kamal told CNS adding that BJP will not secure a single seat in Kashmir.
“Not speaking of Kashmir, BJP will not be able reach to double figures. This party will secure only 7 to 9 seats,” Kamal said and added that both Narendra Modi and Mufti Muhammad are in touch to keep NC out of power.He said that NC will emerge as the single largest party that will form the government without taking support from any party or candidate. “The political pundits have written us off but come December 23 and they will see how NC will emerge as the biggest party,” he said.National Conference Additional General Secretary told CNS that National Conference will never forge an alliance with BJP. “BJP is a communal party that is hell bent to pide the state on communal lines. This party is encouraging forcible conversions and NC will never join hands with this party,” he said. (CNS)