In Srinagar Hundreds protest against attack on Er. Rasheed inside Assembly

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By Fast Kashmir on 17/01/2018.

Seek unconditional apology from speaker and others

Srinagar 17 Jan: Hundreds of AIP volunteers took to streets in Srinagar today and lodged strong protest against the assault on Er. Rasheed inside Assembly yesterday. Led by  party senior leader Zeeshan Pandith protesters were holding black flags and banners raising slogans condemning hooliganism of Dy. Speaker Nazir Gurazi, Mohammad Akbar Lone and others. Protesters started march from Sher-I-Kashmir Park and chanting heavy slogans marched towards Lalchowk, but were stopped by a heavy contingent of police near Pratap Park (Press Colony). While talking to media persons on the occasion party Spokesman Adv. Maajid Banday condemned the incident and demanded unconditional apology from the assembly speaker over the issue. He said “Er. Rasheed has successfully exposed his fellow legislators time and again for their failures over various issues pertaining to development and governance. His blunt and sincere representation of sentiments of people of Jammu & Kashmir though has earned many enemies, but AIP is committed to represent sentiments of people of the state the way they deserve to be represented”.

Party Senior Leader Zeeshan Pandith  while speaking on the occasion said that if a legislator is not spared inside assembly for telling truth then what is the difference between a fish market and the assembly. He warned Govt. of dire consequences and appealed masses to understand the difference between what Er. Rasheed has been doing in and outside assembly and what other legislators are doing. Appealing people to come forward and strengthen AIP, Zeeshan said that AIP is the only force that can replace those political forces who have been misleading the world community and New Delhi by representing New Delhi in Kashmir and always downplaying and diluting Kashmir issue. Zeeshan justified Er. Rasheeds decision to boycott the remaining session of the assembly and said that the decision should open eyes of those talking about resolving Kashmir through democratic means.