Talk:Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
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me as a kurdish man give true to a kashmirian people to have they are won home and freedom, and sorry i cant say more because i cant write good english , serdar star from kurdistan
Crap by Rao Ravindra
I removed some crap added by Rao Ravindra, Omar Abdullah is not a separist you idiot, try to keep your RSS-ness out of this. Thanks, Fernando Yuzitski--188.8.131.52 (talk) 14:06, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
Omar Abdulla has separatist tendencies
Actions and speeches of Omar Abdulla (and his father Farooq Abdulla) in the last two months are evidence of their separatist thoughts and actions. If they do not go to the extremes, it is only because they know the consequences: they will be jailed as happened in 1953 and lose the huge benefits they enjoy at the cost of tax payers as a Minister in the government of India or as Chief Minister of a state. (If citations are needed, I can cite or anyone can look up Omar Abdulla’s speech on vote of confidence in July and his and his father's other speeches.) When Fernando Yuzitski uses such foul language and uses words like “crap” and “idiot”, I wonder whether he is competent enough to write in a civilized forum like Wikipedia or become an editor. He does not know the correct spelling of “separatist” and writes it as “separist”. (An indication of his level of education?) He imputes motives to me (“you idiot, try to keep your RSS-ness out of this” is what he has written). How is he so presumptuous about me? Anyway, how did he think that his point of view is better than my point of view? Let him prove his point (of Omar Abdulla not being a separatist) by valid arguments. Use of words like “crap” and “idiot” does not prove his point. Such usage only proves his arrogance in assuming that his point of view is the right point of view. Rao Ravindra (talk) 21:06, 31 August 2008 (UTC)
Did someone forget this when writing this astonishing piece on the National Conference? It would appear from Wikipedia that there has never been a controversy over election rigging (now admitted by most senior J&K politicians) or that anyone other than Pandits have ever died. For information India estimates that 208 Pandits have died in the past 20 years due to the conflict compared to over 47,000 Kashmiris. Balance would require at least substantial coverage of the latter but this article mentions nothing on it at all. I have made certain changes but NPOV is something Wikipedia has yet to achieve on key and global issues like Palestine and Kashmir.Astari5 (talk) 07:06, 27 September 2013 (UTC)