Protests rocked parts of Srinagar over the alleged persecution of Muslims in Assam and Myanmar.
Soon after the Friday prayers chairperson of the radical women separatist group Dukhataran-e-Milat led the march at Abi Guzar in Lal Chowk and invited Muslims of Assam and Myanmar to Kashmir.
Carrying the placards inscribed with slogans against the ‘anti-Muslim violence’, dozens of burqa-clad women marched near Abi Guzar shouting slogans against the perpetrators. Andrabi also hit out at the Muslim countries for what she called remaining mute spectators to the killings of the Muslims.
“Islamic countries are acting as mute spectators to massacre of Muslims in Assam and Myanmar. The governments of these countries are the lackeys of West and they have not identity of their own”, said Andrabi.
Dukhtaran chairperson urged the Islamic countries to shun hipocracy and come to the aid of the Muslims by exerting pressure on Mynamar and India governments to stop the alleged massacre.
Andrabi also asked Muslims of Assam and Mynamar to come to Kashmir for safety purposes. “We will open our hearts and homes for them”, she said.