Don’t buy goods from J&K traders: BJP MLA Raja Singh

BJP MLA from Goshamahal Raja Singh Lodh has asked all the Hindus, who go on a pilgrimage or for a visit, not to purchase from the local Kashmiri Muslims.

Published: 04th May 2017 03:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th May 2017 03:32 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: BJP MLA from Goshamahal Raja Singh Lodh has asked all the Hindus, who go on a pilgrimage or for a visit, not to purchase even `1 worth of goods or articles from the local Kashmiri Muslims.

In a fresh video posted on Youtube, Raja Singh was seen appealing to the Hindus to stop buying anything from Kashmiri traders. “In June and July, many Hindus will go on Amarnath yatra or Vaishno Devi.

"I appeal to the Hindus not to purchase even `1 worth of goods from local Kashmiri Muslim traders,’’ Raja Singh appealed.“Within four to five years, they will kneel before us and force them to say that they want to be in India and not in Pakistan,’’ Raja Singh said.

Terming Kashmir as Sar Ka Taaj (Crown), Raja Singh said India will never allow Kashmir to be separated.

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