Two Nation Theory does not need Dr Farooq’s authentication: Er Rashid

MLA Langat has said Two Nation Theory has been proven right a number of times and does not need Dr Farooq Abdullah’s authentication.
Two Nation Theory does not need Dr Farooq’s authentication:  Er Rashid

MLA Langat has said Two Nation Theory has been proven right a number of times and does not need Dr Farooq Abdullah's authentication.

Accusing the National Conference leadership of nurturing double standards and damaging Kashmir cause,  he said  that  it is strange while Farooq Abdullah was criticizing RSS in Srinagar, Omar Abdullah was marching with another constituent of Sang Parivar, the Shiv Sena, on the streets of New Delhi. 

He  expressed surprise over Farooq Abdullah's apprehensions that Mohan Bhagwat's claims and designs to make India a Hindu Rashtra may make people to believe that perhaps Jinah's two nation theory was right. 

Rasheed said,  " The Two nation Theory has been proven right a number of times and does not need Farooq' authentication.   Sheikh Muhamamd Abdullah's arrest, Babri demolition, Gujrat carnage,  Jammu massacre,  ban on Zakir Naik's organization have amply proved it."

The  nominal  presence of Muslim representatives ad public servants in Parliament, Assemblies, Bureaucracy, Army and other prestigious institutions has further proved it, he said. 

Rasheed said had Omar Abdullah even an iota of sympathy for Kashmiris, he would have taken to streets of New Delhi against Indian terrorism in Kashmir, rather joining hands with Shiv Sina. 

"It would be not only good for Kashmiris but also for National Conference itself if the party does not change colours on daily basis and stop talking Autonomy restoration. Had New Delhi been sure that Kashmiris would own restoration of autonomy as a solution, it would have offered the same to pro resistance leadership but despite all its ill designs New Delhi knows that Autonomy has no takers on the ground, so it does not give even a damn to the autonomy", he said.

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