Langate recalls Flood victims’ plight


Allow Int’l aid to Kashmir: Er Rashid to GoI

LANGATE: At a function organized to commemorate the first anniversary of Kashmir floods at Qaziabad, Langate, the speakers condemned the ‘criminal’ and ‘biased’ attitude of the government of India to meet the crisis in an effective manner.

Speaking at the occasion, MLA langate, Er Rashid said India didn’t treat Kashmiris as its citizens and left the victims completely at the mercy of elements. “The shameful drama being enacted by the PDP and NC over flood tragedy is nothing but an escape route taken by them,” Rashid said. “Neither has New Delhi provided any rehabilitation package on the pattern of Uttrakhand nor has allowed any international organisation or the neighbouring country to send assistance to the ill-fated Kashmiris.”

Modi government, he said, left no stone unturned to humiliate Kashmiris and by adding salt to their injuries. “The irony is despite Mufti offering his free services to implement RSS agenda in Jammu and Kashmir, Modi and his team seem in no mood to accommodate Kashmiris,” he said.

Rashid asked the world community to take strong note of India’s complete ‘negligence towards the flood victims’ and persuade India to allow international aid for the last year flood hit victims.

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