Protests to continue till India gives up anti-Kashmir plans
Beerwah area of the territory as communal mindset. Shabbir Ahmed Shah, who is under house arrest in Srinagar, in a statement said that the group was hell bent upon cre- ating communal disharmony in the occupied territory, KMS reported.
He said that the communal forces like Abhinavgupta Sheshadri Samiti, in the garb of starting the so-called yatra, wanted to turn Jammu and Kashmir into a battlefield between the Muslim and Hindu communities.—APP SRINAGAR—In occupied Kashmir, top Hurriyet leaders Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik have said that peaceful protests will continue till India gives up its anti-Kashmir plans in the territory.
The leaders in their joint statement issued in Srinagar gave a joint call for protests against the construction of separate colonies for Kashmiri Pandits and Indian soldiers and Delhi’s so-called Industrial Policy in the territory.
The leaders termed the statements by PDP-BJP regime over these serious issues as vague, ambiguous and confusing. They urged Imams of all Masajid to inform people about the serious consequences of the Indian moves in their sermons on Friday (tomorrow).The statement said that a seminar would be organized on Sunday, June 12, 2016, at Hyderpora to create awareness about the “anti-Kashmir plans” of the Indian government while a symbolic sit-in protest has been called to be observed on Wednesday June 15. They appealed to the people to make the joint protest programmes a success.
Condemning curbs on the movement of resistance leadership and their harassment, continued arrest of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, house arrest of Syed Ali Gilani and other resistance leaders, detentions and house arrests of resistance activists and freedom-loving people, the statement said these measures could not force the resistance leadership and people to give up their struggle for right to self-determination.
The All Parties Hurriyet Conference Chairman, Syed Ali Gilani, said that the statements of the puppet authorities in and outside the so-called Assembly are ambiguous and doubtful. He pointed out that the policymakers of New Delhi were firm over their decision but due to pressure of the public resentment, the puppet regime was following a vague approach in this regard. He maintained that until the proposal of Pandit and soldier colonies was abandoned, the profreedom leadership would continue to raise its voice in every possible way and create a public consensus. The spokesman of the Hurriyet forum led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, said that anti-Kashmiri policies liked soldier colonies, townships for Kashmiri Pandits and the new Industrial Policy were wrought with alarming consequences and the resistance leadership would not stay silent over these issues.
“Plans were being made to harm the collective interests of the people which would be strongly opposed to ensure that the interests of people are not harmed,” he said. —KMS