Parikar’s claims on stone pelters speaks of his mental bankruptcy: Er. Rasheed
- State, Published on: Tuesday 15th November 16 - 8:46pm
Says Modi proving another Mohammad Tagaluq of India
Srinaga: AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rashid while commenting on defence Minister Manohar Parikar’s remarks that demonetisation has stopped stone pelting in Kashmir, has said that such bizarre remarks speak of his intellectual bankruptcy.
While interacting with people at various places in Lolab, Er. Rasheed said “Mr. Parikar by passing such pity remarks has tried to mislead the masses in India who, have been facing a lot of inconvenience by Modi’s style of functioning, Mohammad Tagaluq’s way.
In a statement issued to Global Kashmir, he said whatsoever is happening at the streets of Kashmir is Indigenous and an outcome of history of long broken promises, Govt. of India has made with people of J&K from time to time.
He said Mr. Parikar should know that no one would risk his life for a five hundred rupee note and raise slogans everyday at the streets of Kashmir. In fact the current turmoil has become extension of already existing industry for police and other security agencies to grab money from innocents by booking them in fake FIR’s and forcing poor people to sell properties to pay huge bribes to police to get their innocents released. If Kashmiri’s were pelting stones against getting five hundred rupee notes, may Mr. Parikar answer why All Party Delegation begged at the door steps of resistance leaders and Ram Madhaw promised moons and stars to Kashmiris if they come forward for talks.”
Er. Rashid added that cancellation of currency notes in itself speaks about the fact that to what extent Indian economy stands destabilized by its own white elephants. “By connecting Mass apprising in Kashmir with cancellation of currency notes, Mr. Parikar or someone else cannot divert attention from the real issues India is facing, nor can defame the resistance movement in Jammu & Kashmir”, he added.
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