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Asking Government of India (GoI) to “stop diverting” attention from mass uprising in Kashmir, MLA Langate Er Rasheed Friday said that the “huge anti-India rally in Baluchistan has exposed India’s false propaganda against Pakistan”.
In a statement issued this evening, Rasheed said, “though it will be foolish to find any comparison between Baluchistan and Kashmir but if Indian state really believes that J&K is India’s integral part and on-going uprising is confined to a section of population in Kashmir, should any one speaking for Indian state have a road show in Srinagar, the capital of J&K, the same way it was carried on the roads of Baluchistan yesterday.”
“But it needs not even to be mentioned that all the extension wings of Indian establishment have become defunct and not only that but now Indian State’s failures have been exposed on the ground, as it has started threatening employees of implementing draconian No Work, No Pay order,” he said.
Rasheed welcomed Ban Ki Moon’s concern on Kashmir.
However, he strongly condemned the hooliganism against Amnesty International offices and officials in various parts of India especially in Bengluru and asked world community to take notice that if the world’s most reputed human rights organisation is forced to close its offices in India, “what would be fate of unarmed Kashmiris frightening India’s oppression on the streets”.
“There are more than enough reasons to conclude that India is turning like a banana republic where not only minorities but even International organisations face open threats,” he said.
He welcomed UNHRC’s concern on Kashmir and said that India’s denial to allow their entry in Kashmir “has a lot to tell”.
Rejecting Lt Gen D S Hooda’s “sermons” on various issues in Srinagar and his appeals for maintaining peace and seeking help from various sections of society is “ample proof to conclude that army is playing pro-active role in the current situation, thus proving Rajnath’s (Singh) claim that army has no role in current crises, wrong”.
Rasheed asked Gen Hooda that his “confession and regret about Shabir Ahmad Mangnoo’s custodial killing cannot bring Shabir back but it would have carried some weight if army would have handed over the culprits in uniform, involved in killing to police, so that law would have taken its own course”.