You will dishonour Lone if you join Modi rally
Srinagar: MLA Langate and AIP President Er Rashid Wednesday appealed people of Kashmir to stage a protest on the arrival of Indian Prime Minister and to give a clear and loud message to world community that Kashmiris are not essential commodities who can be used by fascist leaders like Narender Modi to mislead the world community and destroy the facts.
In a statement to Kashmir Observer, Er Rashid while addressing a series of rallies in North Kashmir condemned RSS controlled state administration and asked it to stop terrorising people for making Modis public meeting a success.
Kupwara has the highest number of orphans and widows and there could be hardly any village that didnt suffer from past 25 years. Let people of Kupwara not forget that they had been turning in thousands every year till 2014 to offer homage to late Abdul Ghani Lone in martyrs graveyard Srinagar and each of them cutting across political ideologies must think ten times before deciding to participate in Narender Modis rally. Any participation from Kupwara in Narender Modis public meet will certainly be a dishonour to the sacrifices of late Abdul Ghani Lone, Rashid said and added that the way cabinet ministers have been camping in their constituencies and motivating daily wagers and casual labours to participate in PMs public meeting, is a clear cut indication that their party cadres are not happy with what Mufti is doing. However Rashid appealed those daily wagers and others who would be forcibly taken to public meet to raise peaceful voice and use their democratic right inside the venue and ask PM that Kashmiris need no packages but resolution to Kashmir Issue.
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