Says if Amit Shah and Koka Parray can join politics, why not Hafiz Syed
Srinagar 04 Aug. Condemning the assault on resistance leader Shabir Shah, AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rasheed has said that the way Enforcement Directorate Lawyer insulted Mr. Shah and asked him to chant ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ slogan inside court room, is ample proof to understand that the institutions are being used to suppress the voice of people of J&K. In a statement issued today, Er. Rasheed said “The mental bankruptcy of ED lawyer defines and narrates the mindset that is taking shape within the top institutions. Asking Shabir Shah to chant a particular slogan was none of the business of the lawyer and by saying so the lawyer has lost his neutrality and his intentions get exposed. Even a village Panchayat would not behave the way, even with a criminal, Shabir Shah was treated”. Er. Rasheed also ridiculed Indian TV channels for criticizing Hafiz Syed’s political ambitions. He said “If Indians really believe Hafiz Syed in behind the terror network in India, then they should have welcomed his move of joining his politics. But by making it an issue they have proven that they are interested in nothing but abusing Pakistanis. Before criticizing Hafiz Syed’s joining electoral politics, Indian media should not forget that Mr. Narinder Modi and Amit Shah have been accused of butchering thousands of Muslims In Gujrat and Amit Shah was given a clean chit only when Narinder Modi became India’s PM. Till recent past Americans were not issuing even visa to these political stalwarts of the day, who have become much pious over night. The murderer DG Vanzara was set free recently in Surab-ud-din and his wife’s fake encounter case and thus the act was not less than murder of Justice. Who doesn’t know that the renowned murderers including Koka Parray, Javid Shah and others were made MLAs and in Indian parliament there are dozens of politicians who are facing criminal and terror charges against them”. Er. Rasheed added that it should be left to the choice of people of Pakistan whom they want to vote and the issue is none of the business of someone else.