Srinagar: National Conference Saturday protested outside the Gupkar residence of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti against ‘giving communal color to Asifa rape and murder’ and recent Shopian killings.
The protesting NC workers took out a rally from NC headquarter Nawab-i-Subh here towards Raj Bawan and were led by party general Secretary and MLA Khanyar Ali Mohammad Sagar.
“The culprit should be punished in the shortest possible time and action should be taken against two ministers who support Hindu Ekta Manch and took part in their protest rally,” Sagar said.
He accused Bhartiya Janta Party BJP of giving a communal colour to the Asifa’s case ‘while being part of government’.
National Conference demanded that the government should come with an explanation on ‘official stand on FIR in Supreme Court involving army Major Aditya’.
“We also want explanation into the Shopian killings case in which an army major was named in an FIR, but the state government in Supreme Court said that there is no mention of him in any FIR,” Sagar demanded.
Talking to reporters NC spokesperson Junaid Azim Mattu two cabinet ministers, Lal Singh and (Prakash) Ganga, have addressed gathering of the Hindu Ekta Manch, which is shielding and supporting ‘animals in human skins.’
“Our protest is in solidarity with Jammu Muslims,” Matu said.
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