SRINAGAR: Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday dared woman separatist and chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat Aasiya Andrabi to hoist the Pakistan flag along with her two sons in an open ground rather than remaining confined to the four walls of her house.
The BJP spokesman, Khalid Jehangir while reacting to Aasiyas hoisting Pakistan flag at her residence and singing Pakistan national anthem said: By indulging in such nonsense actions, Aasiya is trying to be in the news and is provoking the youth to indulge in terrorism and violence.
She (Aasiya) has often expressed that Afzal Guru is the role model for youth of Kashmir, he said adding She should start grooming these role models from her home.
The two sons of this hypocrite woman, he said, are studying in Malaysia. She has ensured that her sons remain safe, Jehangir said. However, she wants other Kashmiri youth to take up arms and end up in graveyards.
The BJP spokesman said that if she is obsessed with the idea of Pakistan and is so much inclined towards hoisting Pakistan flags, she should come out in open and ask her both the sons to lead from the front.
Taking a dig at Aasiyas militant brother Inyatullah Andrabi, Jehangir said, Andrabi is living a luxurious life in England. He incited hundreds of Kashmiri boys to pick up the guns in 1990 and got them killed and then escaped like a coward to save his life.
Jehangir alleged that Andrabi family has made lot of money by selling the blood of innocent young boys who became victims of their propaganda.
The BJP spokesman advised the youth not to fall prey to the propaganda of the separatists, who he said, Want Kashmiri youth to become cannon fodder just for the sake of money and to appease their bosses sitting across the Line of Control.
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