Our societies cohesion between ‘communities’, is underpinned by the concept of ‘equality before the law’.
Rotherham Politics has documented the failure of this, when one community thinks the law simply doesn’t apply to them. I write of the Kashmiri community, led by Jahangir Akhtar, Mahroof Hussain, Shaukat Ali among others, seem to believe, they are immune from accountability.
The latest issue that is exercising the brothers in the Kashmiri community, is that concerning the latest Wellgate riots and the nineteen arrests. I am informed they feel hard done to, at this development.
As a consequence, those Kashmiri’s that think they are ‘above the law’, will be gathering at the Unity Centre, on Sunday at 4 pm, to organise opposition. Incredible!
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