Ex­trem­ists plan­ning 1947 Jammu mas­sacre in Kash­mir Val­ley

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

SRINAGAR—The Chair­man of All Par­ties Hur­riyet Con­fer­ence, Syed Ali Gi­lani and other Hur­riyet lead­ers have lam­basted the pup­pet For­est Min­is­ter Chaud­hary Lal Singh for his threat­en­ing re­marks against Mus­lims of Jammu.

Syed Ali Gi­lani in a state­ment is­sued in Srinagar said that the out­burst made by the pup­pet BJP min­is­ter was the per­fect re­flec­tion of the com­mu­nal mind­set of RSS and the Sang Pari­var. He pointed out that Hindu ex­trem­ist forces were prac­ti­cally wait­ing for re­peat of 1947 like blood­shed of in­no­cent Mus­lims in Jammu re­gion. He held pro-In­dia par­ties like Na­tional Con­fer­ence and Peo­ples Demo­cratic Party re­spon­si­ble for the pa­thetic con­di­tion of the Kash­miri peo­ple.

The APHC Sec­re­tary Gen­eral, Shab­bir Ah­mad Shah in­ter­act­ing with a del­e­ga­tion of Akali Dal Man in Srinagar hailed the Sikh com­mu­nity for foil­ing con­spir­a­cies hatched by for­mer Gov­er­nor Jag­mo­han and other In­dian of­fi­cials, which were aimed at cre­at­ing a rift be­tween Sikh and Mus­lim com­mu­ni­ties in the oc­cu­pied ter­ri­tory. The del­e­ga­tion was led by Gur­deep Singh Man.

The Chair­man of Jammu and Kash­mir Lib­er­a­tion Front, Muham­mad Yasin Ma­lik while ad­dress­ing a sem­i­nar in Srinagar op­posed the con­struc­tion of com­pos­ite town­ships for Kash­miri Pan­dits. He termed the pro­posed town­ships as ‘town­ships of ha­tred.’ APHC leader Javaid Ah­mad Mir and mem­bers of Sikh and Pan­dit com­mu­ni­ties in­clud­ing Jag­mo­han Singh Raina, N B Vis­han and Pan­dit Shukla also ad­dressed the func­tion.

Speak­ers at a func­tion or­ga­nized by Jammu and Kash­mir Peo­ples Move­ment in Ra­jouri urged the po­lit­i­cal lead­er­ship of In­dia and Pak­istan to take bold ini­tia­tives for the res­o­lu­tion of the Kash­mir dis­pute in ac­cor­dance with the as­pi­ra­tions of the Kash­miri peo­ple.

The High Court Bar As­so­ci­a­tion in a state­ment is­sued in Srinagar ap­pealed to the Chief Jus­tice of the ter­ri­tory’s High Court to or­der probe by a neu­tral body into the killing of five youth by In­dian troops in a fake en­counter in Kup­wara. Mean­while, four per­son­nel of In­dian po­lice and army in­clud­ing an of­fi­cer were killed in at­tacks in Srinagar and Kup­wara districts.—KMS

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