Celebrations over Pakistan’s victory a referendum against India’s all utterances

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By Fast Kashmir on 19/06/2017. 1 Comment

India has lost not only cricket match but the Kashmir ……..Er. Rasheed


Handwara 19 June:
Asking New Delhi to learn lessons from the celebrations held all
across Kashmir after Pakistan’s victory over India in Champions
Trophy, AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rasheed has said that the
anti-India sentiment has got deep rooted cutting across political,
sectarian or any other lines. In a statement issued today Er. Rasheed
said “It is strange that Indian TV Channels are still trying to
distort the facts and putting their own narratives and fabricated
versions of the whole story. The way Kashmiris celebrated Pakistan’s
victory over India in Champions Trophy, not only in cities and towns,
but in the remotest hamlets from Kupwara to Kishtawar, it is proven
beyond doubt that New Delhi is ruling through the barrel of the gun
and has failed miserably to win hearts and minds of even those who had
some corner for New Delhi in Kashmir. It is strange that even large
numbers of cops belonging to local police were praying and praising
for Pakistan which is an ample proof that New Delhi’s grip on Kashmir
is now only through the courtesy of military might. The celebrations
have proved like a referendum against India’s all arrogances”. Er.
Rasheed added that though sports have to be always delinked from
politics and Kashmiris are not enemies of India but it is New Delhi
and its harsh media which has always shamelessly and without a logic
used cricket to score political points over Pakistan and even so
called political experts were abusing Pakistan after its victory over
England. Er. Rasheed appealed Indian intelligencia to read writing on
the wall and force its rulers to have a settlement to Kashmir dispute
through self determination in the interests of people of the
sub-continent.

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