Raising questions about Prince Salman’s visit to India has exposed secular parties

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By FK WEB DESK on 21/02/2019.

Raising questions about Prince Salman’s visit to India has exposed secular parties

Er. Rasheed accuses national parties of doing politics of convenience for their vote Bank

Raises questions about safety of Kashmiris prisoners lodged outside Kashmir

Handwara 21 February: Accusing national parties of doing politics of convenience, AIP President Er. Rasheed has said that former Home Minister P. Chidambarm’s statement that many Indians need Kashmir but not Kashmiris is nothing but an attempt to keep Majority community in Jammu & Kashmir in good humor. While addressing various deputations in Handwara today Er. Rasheed said, “While thoughts, views and designs of BJP and right wing forces are known to all, it is shameful that so called secular parties including congress, BSP, SP, Jantadal and other so called likeminded parties are not far behind to BJP in adding fuel to the fire and are trying to stop BJP from gaining political dividends from Pulwama incident by talking often in a harder tune than the hardliners. The politics of convenience being played by these parties is visible on TV screens when their leaders speak more than BJP about taking revenge and abusing all resistance voice in Jammu & Kashmir. What P. Chidambarm has said is absolutely true but at the same time congress needs to answer that what compelled the party to criticize Narindra Modi for hugging Saudi Crown Prince Shahzada Salman. While congress leave no opportunity to gain sympathy of Muslims in entire India, but by raising unwanted question over Prince Salman’s visit to India, the party has exposed itself as cornering Narindra Modi for hugging Prince Salman is just to give a notion to the majority community in India that congress hates Saudi rulers for their relations with Pakistan. Congress has often talked in double speaks in Jammu and Kashmir. It has been observed very often that while in Jammu the party tries to be more ultra nationalist than BJP and other radical parties, in Kashmir congress plays secular card and speaks about minor rights of Kashmiri Muslims”. Er. Rasheed also condemned the murder of Pakistani prisoner Shakrullah who was beaten to death by his inmates in central Jail Jaipur. Er. Rasheed said “Beating an unarmed helpless prisoner to death has no justification and proves the fact that the politics of hate-redness and revenge is crossing all limits and this stupidity may escalate further tension between the two countries. In this situation Kashmiris are rightly worried about the security and fate of Kashmiris lodged in Jails outside Kashmir. Government must discharge its duties without being further biased and communal in its attitude and should lodge all Kashmiris back in various jails in the valley to avoid any untoward episode”