Discuss about Muslims, Srinagar MP appeals to India Block parties

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The Lok Sabha MP from Srinagar said that despite getting so much support from the minority Muslim community, he does not speak for them. And then, what is left for the Muslims? Which institution and what hope is left for the Muslims to go to?

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Lok Sabha MP Aga Syed Ruhullah Mehdi on Saturday said that the partners of the India Bloc need to change their approach and start speaking on issues related to Muslims. Ruhullah Mehdi said that the partners of the India Bloc can speak freely about other minorities, but not about Muslims. They need to change this. In the general elections, Muslims voted in large numbers for this alliance and united in its favor.

The Lok Sabha MP from Srinagar said that despite getting so much support from the minority Muslim community, they do not speak for them. And then, what is left for the Muslims? Which institution and what hope is left for the Muslims to go to? Aga Syed Ruhullah has won three assembly elections from Budgam constituency of Jammu and Kashmir. In the recently concluded Lok Sabha election, he defeated People’s Democratic Party leader Waheed ur Rehman Parra by a margin of 1,88,416 votes.

In his inaugural address in the Lok Sabha after Om Birla was elected Speaker for the second consecutive time on June 26, Aga Syed Ruhullah said that I would request you that from today you are neither the BJP, nor the Congress or the Samajwadi, and you are only one party, and that is the Constitution of India.

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