Shehla Rashid quits electoral politics, says will remain an activist

New Delhi, Oct 10: Six months after her foray into mainstream politics, former student leader Shehla Rashid on Wednesday announced she is quitting electoral politics in Kashmir following the move to hold Block Development Council elections, saying she can't be a

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