Srinagar: Reacting to PM’s offer of talks within the framework of Constitution of India, AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er Rasheed has said that there is nothing new in the offer except insulting further the sacrifices of Kashmiris.
In a statement issued today ER Rasheed said, “Since Nehru was the first elected PM and as such he was the custodian of constitution of India and a commitment agreed in the UN to hold plebiscite itself becomes part of constitution of India. If GoI still believes that giving right to self-determination to Kashmiris is something against the constitution of India, then let Indian Parliament amend the constitution and incorporate right to self-determination for people of J&K within the constitution of India, so that the solution that both the parties agree to, coincides with the constitution of India.”
Reacting to Minister in PMO’s office, Dr Jitendra Singh’s, will and claims to hoist tri-colour in Mirpur and Muzaffarabad Er Rasheed asked Jitendra Singh to give his road map to fulfil his dream. Er Rasheed said that the only way Jitendra Singh and his fanatic colleagues can fulfil the dream of hoisting tri-colour in Muzaffarabad and Mirpur, is to hold a plebiscite on both the sides of LoC.
He also condemned Arun Jaitely for calling those on streets as Pakistani agents and added that Jaitely’s revelations are enough to reach the conclusion that every Kashmiri is a Pakistani by heart, as it is not few but almost everyone in Kashmir, Chenab Valley and Pir Panchal who have been on streets since last 45 days, despite all atrocities and state terrorism. “Had Arun jaitely’s or Jitendera Singh’s sermons and claims any weight or any takers then from Gereral Huda to Chief Justice of India would never have said that the issue has neither a military solution nor can judiciary help but needs only a political solution.” he added.
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