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New Delhi is pitching Kashmiris against each other, says Er. Rasheed

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Coming down heavily on Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Omer Abdullah and Indian Media, Er Rasheed today asked them not to shed crocodile tears over the recent killings of five policemen and two bank employees in Kulgam and death of soldiers at LOC.

AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rasheed has said that every killing is a wakeup call for all the concerned quarters to understand the urgency of resolution of Kashmir dispute.

According to a statement, Rasheed was interacting with people at various places in Ganderbal today.

“No Kashmiri or any human being would ever feel happy at the killings of human beings, whosoever it may be, but it is the state which has been very often celebrating the death of militants, as if they are responsible for all evils on the earth”, Er. Rasheed said.

Er. Rasheed said that New Delhi has pitched not only Kashmiri politicians but cops and militants against each other, as fighting militancy is by no way the primary task of police force.

“Kashmiris don’t need to cry or get sermons from Indian media to express condolences on death of anyone including policemen, as whosoever loses his life in Kashmir is a loss to Kashmiris and humanity. Any Kashmiri of any political ideology would always feel the pain when a police cop gets killed as Kashmir belongs to every Kashmiri whosoever resides here,” He said

The statement said that Kashmiris can’t forget the huge sacrifices of Ali Mohammad Dar Alias (Burhan Din Hijazi), Mohammad Afzal Malik (Mamoon Rasheed) and Reyaz Ahmad who along with dozens of their colleagues sacrificed their lives for resolution of Kashmir cause despite working in the police force.

Rasheed asked New Delhi to shun its hostile attitude towards Pakistan and Kashmiris and shows a commitment to resolve Kashmir dispute.

“New Delhi will be held directly responsible for every killing including that of soldiers. New Delhi will have to come out of trap of a media driven foreign, internal and defence policy,” he said.  

Er. Rasheed appealed to the political parties not to score points over each other and keep Kashmir dispute out of politics and develop a consensuses to resolve the issue. He said that it would be biggest service to the people of the subcontinent to resolve the Kashmir issue.


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