Er Rasheed protests against Modi’s visit to Kashmir, seeks unconditional dialogue with all stakeholders

Srinagar

Independent Lawmaker and MLA Langate Er Rasheed on Saturday took out a protest march from his Srinagar residence Jawahnagar against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Kashmir visit.

According to reports Rasheed along with his workers has left his Jawahanagar residence to protest against PM visit to Kashmir.

Sources said a protest rally led by ER Rasheed has reached to Zero bridge now and are marching towards Sher-e-Kashmir International Conference Centre (SKICC), where Modi is scheduled to inaugurate the ring road.

Earlier, Rasheed said that his party would show black flags to Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to the valley on May 19.

“Awami Ittehad Party (AIP) will receive Modi with black flags so as to make the world community realise that India is not serious and sincere in resolving the Kashmir issue and also as a protest against police atrocities in the valley,” Rasheed said earlier..

He said his party would salute the prime minister if he offered unconditional dialogue with all stakeholders in Kashmir.

“The ceasefire (announced by the central government) is the first step. We will salute the prime minister if he means business and offers unconditional dialogue with the stakeholders, otherwise it is just to hoodwink the world community,” he said.

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