Urgent need to throw BJP out of power: Shehla Rashid
Srinagar, ined guns against the ruling regime Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), saying she will campaign against the BJP in next elections, slated to be held in the year 2019.
In an interview with Kashmir News Service (KNS), Shehla said that the urgent need is to throw Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) out of power.
“I am going to campaign in 2019 against the BJP and that is my clear purpose. I don’t want money, I don’t want power,” she said.
She added that she wants Narendra Modi to be out of power. “I want Narinder Modi gone from power.”
“He is not just oppressing Muslims only but he is oppressing students, Dalits, women, farmers, and poor people.”
Shora who has been critical of the BJP-led government at New Delhi said that the BJP is the most anti-people government India ever had.
While Criticising BJP says, “Anti BJP vote is utterly divide right now and we are also talking to all other political parties asking them to ally.”
Sheila, a member of AISA has first time participated in a debate on Kashmir’s political and other issues which was organised by an NGO ‘Sunrise in Kashmir’.
Sheila a graduating in computer engineering from NIT Hazratbal is one of the few Kashmiri women involved in student politics in Delhi has contested the election for Gender Sensitisation Committee against Sexual Harassment (GSCASH) in JNU in 2015 which she lost.
In September 2015, she won the election for vice-president’s post of JNUSU as a nominee of the Left-backed All-India Students’ Association (AISA) defeating Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad’s Valentina Brahma. (The full interview of Shehla Rashid Shora will be published in the Kashmir Magazine) (KNS)