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NEW DELHI: Former Indian Minister of External Affairs and Senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid in a scocking revelation said that this party's hand is stained with the blood of Muslims, adding, we are ready to show the blood on our hands so that you understand that you too must not get blood on your hands. Responding to a question at an event organized in Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) on Monday, Khurshid, according to ANI, said, "I am a part of Congress so let me accept that we have the blood of Muslims on our hands. I am telling you this; we are ready to show the blood on our hands so that you understand that you too must not get blood on your hands."

 

"If you attack them, you are the ones who would get stains on your hands. Learn something from our history and don't create such situation for yourself where if you come back to AMU after 10 years you will find one like you to ask the question," he added." Khurshid said this while replying to a question asked by a former AMU student. “The first amendment was in 1948. Then, there was Presidential order in 1950. After that Hasanpura, Maliana, Muzaffarnagar and there is a long list of riots under the Congress regime. Then there was the opening of the gates of Babri Masjid, placing idols inside and then the demolition of Babri Masjid while Congress was in power at the centre. Congress has Muslims' blood on its hands. What do you have to say about it?" the former student asked.

 

Later talking to reporters, Khurshid said that he was defending the Congress party. “I am not a representative of the Congress party, I am the Congress party. I was defending Congress party. What I said I will continue to say, I made the statement as a human being,” he said.

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NEW DELHI: Spy master and former Chief of India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) AS Dulat Monday asked Tasaduk Mufti, the brother of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to forge an alliance with double Omar of Kashmir Valley in the interest of suffering people of Valley.

“When Tasaduk Mufti feels that his party has ditched the people of Kashmir and are partners in crime with BJP, then he should enter into a dialogue with Omar Abdullah and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq for sake of people of Kashmir. Mehbooba Mufti will have problems with this triple alliance but Tasaduk can do it if he really feels the pain of Valley people,” Dulat told news agency CNS over phone.

 “I am not telling it first time but in Pune during my address, I expressed the same opinion and appealed Tasaduk, Mirwaiz and Omar Abdullah to join hands. If they join hands, things will change. There will be a dialogue and that will be a fruitful one,” Dulat said.  “When Double Farooq Accord became a reality, whey can’t Double Omar plus Tasaduk who is sincere in his dealings. Among the three, one has to take the initiative. These three young faces can do wonders for the people of Kashmir. Their alliance will strengthen the dialogue process. The dialogue they start will certainly bear positive results,” Dulat added.

 

He also appealed separatist leadership to come forward and have a dialogue with Government of India. “Only dialogue can mitigate the sufferings of people. There should a dialogue in the interest of suffering people of Kashmir,” he said.

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SRINAGAR: Kashmir born judge, Khurshid Drabu, who was the UK’s most influential Muslim leader and activist, breathed his last on Saturday in London.His demise is being mourned across the Muslim community of the UK and south Asia as well. Born in Srinagar, Drabu, according to his profile on The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) website, had arrived in the United Kingdom in 1971 following distinguished achievements as a student in Humanities and Law in India.

 

He was called to the Bar of England & Wales in 1977, stated the profile. As constitutional advisor, Judge Drabu oversaw the democratic processes of the MCB, and guided successive leaderships on a range of issues. Drabu was the Muslim Advisor to the Ministry of Defence, having first been appointed in 2002 and was also visiting Professor of Law at the University of Middlesex, London. Khurshid Drabu was awarded the honour of Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in 2010 by HM the Queen.