A few days back, a 21-year-old youth succumbed to his injuries and passed away in Kashmir. He was one among the stone pelters who tried to attack and block a paramilitary CRPF vehicle passing through the street. While trying to get away the vehicle accidentally ran over the youth. The entire incident was recorded and later posted on social media. Soon the video went viral and drew mixed reactions from the netizens. Now another video of one of the relatives of the youth is circulating on internet where he questions the Hurriyat leaders.
Disillusioned by the separatists, this Kashmiri man slammed them for the death of the stone-pelter identified as Kaiser Ahmed. The man is seen accusing the leaders of their double standards too.
It was reported that the incident took place when the Hurriyat leaders gathered at Kaiser’s house for mourning. Here the man made a plea to the leaders asking them not to provoke the others with the death of this young man.
He also speaks about Kashmiri separatist Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani and his practice of double standards. On this matter he said:
‘On one hand, Geelani Saab says don’t send your children to Christian schools and on the other, he calls Shabir Shah’s daughter, who was schooled at DPS, as a role model.’
Referring to the death of young Kaiser he further added:
‘The poor kid didn’t even know what Shahadat (martyrdom) means. His body was kept on the road for your (Hurriyat) politics.’
In the video, it’s visible that the man gets overwhelmed with emotions. However, he goes on about the hypocrisy of the Hurriyat leaders:
‘A person who should be buried after his sacrifice… you have put him on display on the roads. This is Nizam-e-Mustafa (Shariah law)? Our Prophet never lets any funeral wait.”
He doesn’t leave any stone unturned and directly accuses them by saying:
“There is just sloganeering. Give us one answer as to what the leadership is doing? What does a martyr do in his grave? Lakhs of people are now scared by the name of Hurriyat.”
Here’s the full video:
Relative of stone-pelter who died after being run over by CRPF vehicle, slams Hurriyat leaders,accuses Geelani of hypocrisy,says,’Geelani calls DPS student Sama Shabir(Shabir Shah’s daughter)a role model,same Geelani said don’t send children to Christian schools’ (Source-Unknown) pic.twitter.com/1z3lwcVYf2
— ANI (@ANI) June 4, 2018
The video soon went viral embarrassing the entire separatist leadership. And, here’s how Twitter reacted:
This man cried in front of inhuman Kashmiri separatist leaders who encouraged suicides of poor Kashmiri parents while Geelani’ s children enjoyed higher education and great life. Treacherous Geelani hands have blood of those stone pelters and those committed suicides.
— Kali Mirch (@sdey100) June 4, 2018
That the anguish of a real citizen, away from the politics of free loaders and libtards. All my sympathies is with his family’s and the passed away brother of his. Hope no more youth listen to Hurriyat and libtards any more.
— Upender Singh (@upen8183) June 4, 2018
Mr Geelani are all paid employee of Pakistan. They are fooling the common Kashmiri, so that they can enjoy their power .One day the same Army of Stone Pelter will throw stones at all these Politician and that day is also not far.
— Vinod Agrawal (@vinodagrawal58) June 4, 2018
Collect photos and videos of hurriyat leaders children in far away lands and splash them across Kashmir. That shd help ppl know the hypocrisy of their leaders and the way they r being taken advantage of.
— ck (@mycatseye) June 4, 2018
The stone pelter would have been served better had he attended a good school and not the local madrassa.
— Ramana (@ramana_brf) June 4, 2018
This is the real face of hurriyat leaders..
Let the world see this.
— Abhi (@ShaheedKarbala) June 5, 2018
Good. He has understood the hypocrisy of Hurriyat leaders. They are instigating innocent Kashmiri boys to sacrifice their lives for their selfish ends.
— A M GOYAL (@amgoyal57) June 4, 2018
This is the reality of the Kashmiri comon man , why not debet main stream media
— Dushmanta ku Dalai (@ku_dushmanta) June 4, 2018
What’s your take on the whole matter?