Activist Shehla Rashid’s Father Demands For Probe Into Daughter In Letter To J&K DGP

Abdul Shora claimed that he was barred from entering his own home by Shehla and her bodyguard and urged the J&K police to investigate her anti-national business dealings

Raghav N

December 1, 2020

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JNU student and activist Shehla Rashid’s father Abdul Rashid Shora has levied serious allegations against his daughter in his letter to Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbagh Singh.

Shora has accused Shehla, his wife and his other daughter of threatening him with his life and barring him from entering his own house. While speaking to a channel exclusively, he said that his daughter considers herself an advanced politician but needs to be investigated for her mysterious and anti-national financial dealings. He revealed that she took rupees three crores from Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Ahmad Shah Watali for joining the J&K People’s Movement, a venture partially funded by IAS officer Shah Faesal. Further claiming danger to his life from Shehla’s boduguard, Sakib Ahmed, Shora demanded for police protection against his family.

The former JNU student union leader meanwhile responded to the accusations through a series of tweets. Clarifying that her father has a history of abusing her and the other women in her house for as long as she can remember, she said that he was using this matter for personal revenge. She also shared details of a court order in November 2020 that prohibits her father from entering home, following his violent behavior. A screenshot shared by her dating back to 2005 also corroborates that he was physically abusing the ladies.

Shora countered Shehla’s clarification by stating that he had been granted permission by a judge to enter his home. He finally urged the authorities to investigate the student activist who was in touch with  two people regularly, who are now in the National Investigation Agency’s (NIA) custody.

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