SRINAGAR: Appealing Government of India (GoI) to give up its hostile and offensive approach towards militants, AIP chief and MLA Langate, Er Rasheed on Monday reiterated that killing militants and celebrating over their dead bodies will take Indian nowhere.
During a daylong interaction with students of various colleges in Srinagar today, Rasheed said, unless New Delhi doesnt introspect the darker side of its hot pursue policy towards those having taken arms in their hands, situation will become from bad to worse.
New Delhi needs to be reminded that had it shown sincerity when talks between five top commanders and Indian state took place in Srinagar, situated would have been altogether different and the youth would have loved to be part of a sincere, genuine and concrete political process that would have culminated at the resolution of Kashmir dispute within a stipulated time, he said.
New Delhis cheating everyone especially militants on table has rendered even irrelevant as on date. The support top Hizb Commander Aaqib Molvi got during encounter and the huge participation in his funeral has yet again proved that militants are the real representatives and custodians of sentiment, he said.
Rasheed lashed out at Nationalist media for trying to portray as if every Kashmiri is a terrorist and added, rather introspecting why people didnt got threatened by General Rawats warnings, the ultra-nationalist media is leaving no stone unturned to communalise and criminalise the situation in J&K.
The resistance movement in whatsoever form is neither limited to any amalgam or individual nor lacks popular support, he said. (PTK)
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