In­dia can­not sup­press Kash­miris’ lib­er­a­tion strug­gle

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

SRINAGAR—The Chair­man of All Par­ties Hur­riyet Con­fer­ence, Syed Ali Gi­lani, and the Chair­per­son of Dukhtaran-e-Mil­lat, Aasiya An­drabi, have said that In­dia’s pro­posed il­le­gal draft bill that im­poses heavy fines and im­pris­on­ment for not show­ing Kash­mir as part of its map can­not de­ter the Kash­miri peo­ple from con­tin­u­ing their lib­er­a­tion strug­gle.

Syed Ali Gi­lani in a state­ment in Srinagar said, Jammu and Kash­mir is not prop­erty of any­body rather it be­longs to the Kash­miris and only they have the au­thor­ity to de­cide about its po­lit­i­cal fu­ture.

Aasiya An­drabi in her state­ment in Srinagar ap­pre­ci­ated the let­ter sent by the Pak­istan For­eign Of­fice to the UN in which it has said that the pro­posed draft map bill by In­dia was in vi­o­la­tion of the UN res­o­lu­tions on Kash­mir and against the in­ter­na­tional law.

In­dian gov­ern­ment is all set to come out with a bill, un­der which com­pa­nies or in­di­vid­u­als not show­ing Kash­mir and Arunachal Pradesh as part of In­dia would be im­pris­oned for seven years or im­posed with a fine rang­ing from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 100 crore.

Mean­while, the Jammu and Kash­mir Awami Ac­tion Com­mit­tee, headed by Mir­waiz Umar Fa­rooq, ar­ranged a blood do­na­tion and free med­i­cal camp in the premises of Aali Masjid in Srinagar, to­day. The camp was part of the week­long pro­grammes be­ing or­ga­nized in con­nec­tion with mar­tyr­dom an­niver­saries of prom­i­nent mar­tyred lib­er­a­tion lead­ers, Mir­waiz Molvi Muham­mad Fa­rooq and Khawaja Ab­dul Ghani Lone and mar­tyrs of Hawal.

A large num­ber of peo­ple in­clud­ing Hur­riyet lead­ers and ac­tivists do­nated blood on the oc­ca­sion. Mir­waiz Umar Fa­rooq, ad­dress­ing the par­tic­i­pants of the camp paid glow­ing tributes to Mir­waiz Molvi Muham­mad Fa­rooq and Khawaja Ab­dul Ghani Lone.—KMS

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