KL News Network
AIP chief and MLA Langate, Er. Rasheed Thursday visited Chohala, R S Pora to offer condolences to the family of Jasjeet Singh, who was shot dead last year on June 4 by police while participating in a march to observe the anniversary of desecration of Darbar Sahab Amratsar.
While expressing his grief and sorrow with the family members and the Sikh community, Er Rasheed reiterated that India has turned a state controlled by few Hindu fanatic elements and minorities are being deprived constantly of their political and other rights.
Er. Rasheed while interacting with the elders of the community present on the occasion, said “though there is very little hope of getting justice but still we all have no option but to fight to bring the killers to justice.”
“While the shameless state has been doing nothing to stop humanity from bleeding, the deprived minorities and other weaker sections have not to give up and need to show unity with each other so that they survive,” he added.
He further said that “killing, humiliating, torturing minorities and avoiding real issues has become the symbol of patriotism and being a true Indian.”