All plans to change dis­puted na­ture of Kash­mir dis­pute would be foiled: APHC

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

SRINAGAR—A joint meet­ing of the All Par­ties Hur­riyat Con­fer­ence (APHC) Ex­ec­u­tive Coun­cil, Gen­eral Coun­cil and Work­ing Com­mit­tee chaired by the con­glom­er­ate’s Chair­man, Mir­waiz Dr. Moulvi Muham­mad Umar Fa­rooq was held at APHC Head­quar­ters at Ra­jbagh on Thurs­day.

Dur­ing the meet­ing, the amal­gam held dis­cus­sion on the curbs be­ing placed on the peace­ful ac­tiv­i­ties of the re­sis­tance lead­er­ship, de­ten­tions and house ar­rests, raids, cur­rent po­lit­i­cal de­vel­op­ments and the on­go­ing re­sis­tance move­ment.

Hold­ing de­lib­er­a­tions about the anti-Kash­mir poli­cies and de­signs of the Govern­ment of In­dia and its part­ners in the state and plans to sup­press the re­sis­tance lead­er­ship and peo­ple of Kash­mir, the APHC said this was be­ing done to change the dis­puted na­ture of Jammu Kash­mir.

Stress­ing that these at­tempts would never work as Kash­mir is an in­ter­na­tion­ally-ac­cepted dis­pute; the con­glom­er­ate said peo­ple can­not be forced to give up their just strug­gle by us­ing op­pres­sive and sup­pres­sive mea­sures against them.

Dur­ing the meet­ing, it was stressed that the lo­cal govern­ment in the name of hav­ing peace was de­lib­er­ately plac­ing curbs on the peace­ful ac­tiv­i­ties of the re­sis­tance lead­er­ship and the free­dom-lov­ing peo­ple of Kash­mir, and thus adding fur­ther fuel to the fire.

Con­demn­ing the ar­rest of Jammu Kash­mir Lib­er­a­tion Front Chair­man, Muham­mad Yasin Ma­lik and con­tin­ued house ar­rest of vet­eran re­sis­tance leader Syed Ali Geelani and de­ten­tions and house ar­rests of sev­eral other re­sis­tance lead­ers and work­ers, the APHC said these tac­tics would not yield any re­sults and would in fact make the re­sis­tance lead­er­ship and re­sis­tance move­ment stronger.

Mean­while, the APHC spokesman while de­mand­ing an im­par­tial probe into the mys­te­ri­ous killing of Mu­dasir Ah­mad Rather, a stu­dent from Simthan, Bi­jbe­hara, who was study­ing at Chandi­garh, said pro­vid­ing se­cu­rity to Kash­miri stu­dents study­ing in dif­fer­ent states of In­dia is the re­spon­si­bil­ity of the re­spec­tive state gov­ern­ments.—Email

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