MLA Langate flays double standards

Srinagar, Dec 24: The MLA Langate Er Rashid has criticized civil society, media and politicians of India for showing double standards vis-à-vis gang rape incidents in Delhi and Kashmir.
 Addressing a public meeting at Lawoosa in Handwara, Er Rashid asked New Delhi to explain that on a day when thousands on the streets of New Delhi were pelting stones claiming to do it to protect the honour, dignity and rights of woman, why an innocent handicapped girl Zahida Akhtar was detained at police station in Anantnag.

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