Identify common ground for K resolution: Er Rasheed to separatist, mainstream parties
Srinagar, Dec 5: MLA Langate, Er Rasheed today asked the separatist and mainstream parties to identify a common ground for the resolution of Kashmir issue saying both were indulging in “cheap politics and harming the larger interests of people of the State.”
Addressing public during past last months in Langate, Rasheed criticized both mainstream and separatist parties saying their “politics revolves around their petty self interests.” “Both sides claim to be fighting for the people but they are adding to the miseries of common man through their negative politics,” he maintained. “If Hurriyat, National Conference, People’s Democratic Party and others are sincere to end the sufferings of Kashmiris, then they should shun their negative politics and identify a common ground to work together for the lasting peace in the State,” he stressed.
He expressed anguish over the way separatists were meeting interlocutors and other civil society delegations from Delhi. “It’s a shame that separatists are meeting separately with the visiting delegations. Why can’t they meet together and put forth their viewpoint jointly,” he asked.
Referring to the burning of school bus, Rasheed said government and separatists have taken lead in condemning it. “Then who is behind this act? If both government and anti-government circles are condemning it,” he questioned.
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