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Rasheed rubbishes reports of funding stone pelters

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Urging Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti not to waste time in breaking her ties with the BJP, AIP supremo and MLA Langate, Er. Rasheed has said that whatever BJP chief Amit Shah said during his visit to the state should clear all confusions about the intentions of Sang Parivar.

Er. Rasheed said that Amit Shah had negated PDP’s logic of carrying all the regions together by asking cadres to work on assembly segments in Jammu and Ladakh, so that BJP could form the next government.

He said, “There was no place for politics of communal divide in Jammu and Kashmir and the people of the state will do everything required to preserve and protect the identity of the state.”

Rubbishing reports carried out by some Jammu-based newspapers that BJP leaders during their meet with Amit Shah had stressed to take action against Er. Rasheed as he was allegedly accused of funding stone pelters.

He termed this as nothing but frustration of BJP cadres and their desperate attempt to supress those voices who speak for political resolution to the Kashmir dispute.

Er. Rasheed said by accusing me of funding stone pelters, they cannot stop me from speaking the truth. “Before raising fingers towards Hurriyat and other pro-resistance groups, BJP must get clarity that by getting elected to the highest post of the country does not exonerate them for their crimes against humanity.”

He said, “Rather than preaching Kashmiris, Amit Shah should have rushed to Assam where gau-rakshaks have lynched two more Muslims.”

 


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