Srinagar: With several parts of city showing signs of return of uneasy normalcy, especially in Civil line areas, senior NC leader and MLA Habba Kadal has been heard asking its workers to join the processions, but shout selected slogans.
In an audio clip, the MLA Shameema Firdous in a phone in conversation with one her workers asks him that they shouldn’t stay away from the processions and protests.
“If few identified people are burning Omar sahab (Omar Abdullah’s protesters or damaging public property in the area, you shouldn’t stay away from the protests. Do take part but shout anti PDP and anti RSS slogans. Let it give a message that PDP is RSS. They are in a mutual power,” she tells the worker.
The worker later tells the MLA that there are few persons, who have taken benefits from you and the NC, are now siding with the protesters. “They also tore apart posters of Omar Sahab. Then they damaged marriage hall,” says the worker to Firdous.
Later, Firdous tells the worker, who seems to be her staunch activist, that they should also keep shouting “PDP Murdabad” slogans. She also said in the audio clip that some people in her constituency are working at the behest of Hurriyat leader Bilal Gani Lone for few benefits.
“Make people understand that he is the same Bilal Lone, who helped his brother Sajad Lone, to win elections and later join hands with RSS and BJP. And people are now protesting against the same RSS, which was indirectly supported by Bilal Lone,” she further tells in the audio.
The worker of Firdous later asks her that all the people, whom he knows well, and tore posters of NC leaders especially of Omar Abdullah and you (Shameema Firdous) should be dealt and punished.
Later, Firdous assures that there is no need to worry; she will handle all the things. (PTK)
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