Srinagar : Awami Itihad Party (AIP) today announced secretariat gherao program on October 24 against the “illegal and unjustified termination of 12 government employees by state government”.
According to AIP statement, Er Rashid while interacting with people at different place in Handwara and Kupwara said sacking of 12 government employees has exposed true face of Mehbooba mufti, who has now openly dressed and coloured herself in RSS agenda.
“She and her stooges need to understand that government employees are part of society and like every Kashmiri they have sentiments and aspirations and can never even dream of isolating themselves from their people. Like every Kashmiri, government employees have suffered lost their beloved ones during last 28 years and many of them have been martyred,” he said.
Er Rasheed asked let Mehbooba Mufti explain if seeking resolution of J&K dispute by government employees is extra constitutional. “How can Mehbooba Mufti justify forcing government employees to participate in army and police sponsored republic and so called independence-day functions,” he said.
Er Rasheed assured employees that every Kashmiri feels their pain and we will stand with sincerity and commitment to stop bulldozing rights of Kashmiris, including that of employees.
“If these employees are anti-nationals as being narrated by the government then why should not Naeem Akhtar be send to Tihar jail for being the biggest anti-national. Infact Naeem Akhtar has neither been sincere to Kashmiris then and nor he has any love for Kashmir as on date. PDP has lost the moral right to rule the state and can’t claim representing Kashmiris at any front. It would be for better for Mehbooba to merge PDP with RSS or Ram Sena, so that all confusions are cleared ones for all,” Er Rasheed added. (PTK)
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