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SC Judgement a slap to those seeking restoration of Autonomy: Er. Rasheed Srinagar

| Dec 18 (PTK): AIP Supremo and MLA Langate, Er. Rasheed while reacting to Supreme Court Judgment that J&K has no sovereignty outside Indian constitution has said that the Judgment is like a slap for those advocating for restoration of Autonomy and projecting it as a solution to the Internationally recognized dispute.
Addressing a Public Gathering at Nehalpora Pattan today, Er. Rasheed said in a statement issued to PTK “Whatsoever Supreme Court has said is nothing new but continuity of the process to proceed for the completer merger of J&K into Indian state.
However New Delhi needs to understand that such steps can neither break the will of Kashmiris nor can they be presented as an argument before world community to stop Kashmiris from seeking right to self determination. All main stream parties including PDP and NC should realize that New Delhi doesn’t care even about giving some face saving to those who are representing and defending New Delhi’s very week stand on J&K in and outside state. The main stream parties should stop diluting Kashmir dispute and must stand up for right to self determination”.
Er. Rasheed asked NC Leadership to come clean whether Farooq Abdulla’s offer to support and join Huriyat is still there or what Omar Abdullah has said at Kupwara by distancing from Huriyat is true. Er. Rasheed also condemned few Jammu based political parties including BJP for trying to divert attention from being focused on killers of Khalid Muzaffar Wani to sanctioning of Ex-gratia in favour of family of the martyred.
He said “It is strange that while family has rejected the ex-gratia, radical elements are still making hue and cry only to defend the killers of Khalid Muzaffar. These Jammu bases political parties should restrain from insulting martyrs and victims of state terrorism. Do they mean that every Kashmiri whose relative is a militant should be killed in the name of so called national interest. At least Mehbooba Mufti should dare to seek few crucial answers from her Sang Parivar colleagues over Khalid Muzaffar’s murder”.