‘Calling Modi Non-Communal Shows How far Can Mufti Stoop For Lust of Power’



Reacting to Chief Minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed’s statement that Narendra Modi as “non-communal”, JKLF chief, Muhammad Yasin Malik said, “it shows how far he can go down for the lust of power.”

In an interview, CM Mufti Sayeed had termed Narendra Modi as a “liberal, statesman and a non-communal person”.

Terming the statement as “most absurd and ridiculous”, Malik, who is in police custody, said, “at a time when Indian president himself twice issued a statement about growing intolerance in India led by RSS and when liberal Hindu’s, writers, journalists, film makers, poets, Indian civil society and even actors are protesting and handing back their awards in protest against Narendra Modi and his communal government, Mufti Sahib has come out with a statement praising Modi sahib’s tolerance and leadership. This is a clear example of being more loyal than the king and also shows that how far he (Mufti Sayeed) and his party can go down for the lust of power.”

“Mufti Sahib’s statement that Narendra Modi consults RSS has once again proved the hidden agenda of PDP and BJP coalition and also has revealed the relationship of PDP with RSS,” he said.

“Mufti Muhammad Sayeed,” Malik said, “has exposed himself by issuing such ridiculous statements and this should serve as an eye opener for those who support him and his politics.”

Meanwhile, the JKLF statement said that police arrested JKLF district president Kupwara Muhammad Rafiq war and raided the residences of JKLF vice-chairman advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt, general secretary Ghulam Rasool Dar Eidi, zonal president Noor Muhammad Kalwal, zonal senior vice president Muhammad Yasin Butt, district president Pulwama Javed Ahmad Butt, district president Baramulla Abdul Rashid Magloo secretary Muhammad Rajab and Tariq Ahmad, activist Fayaz Ahmad Lone and Imtiyaz Ahmad and others.

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