Black bucks precious than lives of Kashmiris : Er. Rasheed

Srinagar: Reacting to the verdict of Jodhpur court against Salman Khan in 1998 Blackbucks killing case, AIP supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rasheed today said that judgement has exposed the true face of the Indian state and has proved that Blackbucks are precious than the lives of Kashmiris.

Asking world community to take notice of unabated killings and deteriorating human rights violations in Kashmir Er. Rashid said “Killing two blackbucks costs Salman Khan five years imprisonment but murdering five unarmed innocent Kashmiris brings appreciation to major Aditya by Supreme Court. There can be nothing shameful than that fact that criminal minded officers like Major Gogoi are becoming national Hero’s in India. It seems that for Indian state worth of Kashmiris is much lesser than animals. Those calling Kashmiris as their own people stand exposed and there should be no doubt that for them Kashmir means only a piece of land and Kashmiri mean nothing”. Er. Rasheed added that taking care of animals is good but treating Kashmiris worse than animals is shameful and unacceptable.

He said “The judgment has come as a shock for Kashmiris as the dirty AFSPA and so-called national interest is legalizing and justifying every killing in Kashmir. Indians must introspect that why should they expect Kashmiris on their side after seeing so much of discrimination and getting killed without any of their faults. The verdict over Salman Khan’s killing black bucks has made every Kashmiri think about the fact that his rights have been thrown to dustbin and institutions of justice are on a long indefinite leave. There are hundreds of army and other security officers who have committed murders n broad daylight but are enjoying impunity from Pathribal to Machil and New Delhi should not forget that it is digging the grave of its interests by denying Kashmiris justice”.

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