Srinagar: AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er Rasheed has asked New Delhi to revisit its policies towards Kashmir, come out of media phobia and see Kashmir problem in its real prospective. Addressing party worker in Srinagar on Saturday he said that New Delhi has intensified its uncontrolled moral, physical and psychological fight against Kashmiris as is evident from what is happening in against Kashmiris from Jodhpur Dental College to Kapran Verinag and from Martyrs graveyard at Pulwama to Muslim Dhabas in Sunderbani. Er Rasheed said. If government of India could become even itself part of propaganda against Kashmiris over NIT issue, why doesnt it respond to the high handedness of army and other agencies who vandalised martyrs graveyard at Karimabad Pulwama. To show disrespect towards dead is something that no civilised society can tolerate and in fact the act speaks of the fact that how much security forces hate Kashmiris even after killing them in encounters. Why not those army personnel should be taken to task, which during darkness of the night entered the house of Abdul Gani Naikoo of Halmulla and killed him through torture. Was it the reward given to him for being a PDP worker and let the unbiased Indians decide who is oppressor and who is the victim?Er Rasheed asked.
If all this was not enough, govt. issued an order to snatch the livelihood of thousands of quarry owners in the state and rather encouraging these skilled labourers, hidden hands in bureaucracy are keen bent to prevent them from extracting sand, bajjri and stones and other material by laying out the stupid norms which are impossible to be fulfilled. Er Rasheed added that he has brought the crucial matter of Quarry owners in the notice of Chief Minister and requested her to use her influence to abrogate the controversial SRO, he added. (PTK)
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