Hurling abuses on CM by Rajinder Singh exhibits ugly face of criminals involved in Asifa rape-murder case: Qayoom Wani

Senior JCC Leader and President Employees joint Action committee Ab Qayoom Wani has strongly condemned the hurling of abuses and using unparliamentary language against Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti by Lal Singh’s brother namely Rajinder Singh, and termed it shameful.

While criticizing the remarks of Rajinder Singh EJAC President Abdul Qayoom Wani said that it does not behave for a civilized society to abuse any lady and when Chief Minister is not spared by the political goon, it speaks the volumes of “Gundaism” and it is only manipulated to shield the criminals behind the rape and murder case of Aasifa.

Both Lal Singh and his brother are politicizing the issue to protect the criminals involved in Aasifa rape and murder case.

Wani said that there is no space in civilized society for such people who do not spare even Chief Minister in speaking venom against her. Such people need to be booked and punished at an earliest.

EJAC President said that these hooligans should not be allowed to carry their nefarious designs and these are the real enemies of the state who are always hell bent upon to criminalize the situation to disturb the peace and communal harmony of the state and such type of action should be seriously viewed and looked upon.

He said that we should have equal respect for the women folk irrespective of cast, creed, colour, religion, region, age, and status and nobody should be allowed to disrespect them in any situation. It is the moral responsibility of the Government to protect the Honor of the women folk from any kind of harassment and torture at Government as well as at social level.


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