Srinagar: Hitting out hard at Security forces including Army, Independent MLA from frontier Langate constituency Er. Rasheed
In a statement issued to press, Rasheed said, Since all the terrible and inhuman incidents have not taken place in public but inside Army camps and vehicles after the youth were captured, so it is for sure that Army and other security agencies have recorded the incidents and then released them through social media. It is obvious that no Jawan could have done it without permission of his superiors and as such it is part of strategy to send Kashmiris a tough message that we can go to any extent and for New Delhi Kashmiris are worst than slaves.
He alleged that the security agencies want to terrorize and demoralize Kashmiris through these videos and also to make them believe that not only Kashmiris but world community cannot stop Indian forces from doing all what is immoral, unlawful and inhuman.
Er Rasheed however added that such terrible incidents would strengthen the commitment and will of Kashmiris and world must realize that India is at war with Kashmir. said that the videos which have gone viral, have been uploaded on social media with calculated and organized intentions to give a message to Kashmiris that New Delhi doesnt care and will do everything to demoralize, suppress and humiliate Kashmiris.
He also ridiculed Farooq Abdullah for his demand to impose presidents rule and said who doesnt know J&K is not a law and order problem but struggle for right to self determination. Though Mehbooba Mufti cannot be exonerated at any cost but may one ask Farooq Abdullah would situation have been different if he, his son or even any top separatist leader would have been ruling the state. Unless India doesnt leave its utterances, mischief and huge atrocities nothing is going to change on the ground
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