Awami Itehaad Party (AIP) president and MLA Langate, Engineer Abdul Rasheed on Thursday accused Aung San Suu Chi, Myanmar’s state councilor of disgracing noble prize.
According to the statement issued here, MLA Langate also ridiculed her claims that ‘Myanmar is facing the same situation what India is facing in Kashmir’.
Interacting with people in Kupwara today, Rasheed said that there are no comparisons between the two conflicts. “It is shameful and unfortunate that Aung San Suu Chi who was seen as icon for her constant fight to uphold democratic traditions and human rights has changed her colors so quickly and is justifying the ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Myanmar,” he said
He said that the world community needs to move beyond expressing concerns and condemnations and those who have been accusing Muslims of being radical and intolerant must realize what the monks of non-violence are doing to Rohangiya Muslims.
“While Kashmir is a purely political dispute, the Muslims in Myanmar are facing threat to their survival and are facing the worst crimes against humanity,” he said, and appealed UN and other organizations to save bleeding humanity in Myanmar.
MLA Langate also asked Aung San Suu Chi to surrender the noble prize as she has lost the moral and legal right to claim being a peace preacher.