Hyderabad: Govt. of India is making an attempt to divide the residents of Kashmir on sectarian basis and for this purpose, it is exploiting its agents.
Human Rights activists and concerned citizens alleged that a group of Muslims met Home Minister, Mr. Amit Shah and later visited Kashmir to spread the message of peace.
Kashmiris feel that they are not the messengers of peace but the agents of the Govt. who were sent to Kashmir to mislead the people. They expressed surprise that Kashmiris are not permitted to step into Srinagar and those who wanted to visit the patients in hospitals had to take permission from the court.
Govt. did not allow the elected representatives of the people to move in Kashmir freely but the so-called Muslim Sufis were provided security by the Central Govt.
Slogans ‘go back’ raised
When the group of the so-called Sufis reached Kashmir, they were expelled from the Shrines and the slogans ‘go back’ were raised against them.
The managers who arranged this trip are now saying that everything is ‘OK’ in Kashmir but the fact is the ‘Sufi Mission’ has completely failed since the Kashmiris have come to know that the Govt. of India is making an attempt to divide Kashmiris on sectarian lines.
It may be noted that a promise was made to Sufi Mission that if it succeeds in its efforts, a meeting would be arranged with PM Modi.
Shela Rashid’s comments
Former JNU Student leader, Ms. Shela Rashid told that the people of Kashmir boycotted ‘Sufi Mission’ and asked them to go back, as a result of which, the mission found itself safe to go back under the protection of police.
It may be mentioned that the 17 member mission was led by Naseeruddin Chishti of Ajmer which included Mr. Syed Abdul Qader Qadri Waheed Pasha, Mr. Syed Ghulam Samdani Ali Qadri, Mr. Liaquat Husain Rizvi and the members of various shrines of Hyderabad. The Kashmiri people are asking when there is no internet facility available for them, how are the representatives of Sufi Mission posting their selected photographs on internet?