Kash­mir, Pales­tine causes to be high­lighted on Ju­matul Wida con­gre­ga­tions PDP-BJP colonies stand vi­o­lates Mus­lim ethos

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

Bhushan Bazaz in a state­ment de­scrib­ing In­dian Min­is­ter Nir­mala Sithara­man’s as­ser­tions made in Jammu that peo­ple of Kash­mir had no role to play in the res­o­lu­tion of the Kash­mir dis­pute as her ig­no­rance of the sub­ject.” Bazaz urged the BJP lead­er­ship to shun its os­trich like at­ti­tude and adopt a re­al­is­tic ap­proach to ini­ti­ate a mean­ing­ful di­a­logue to re­solve the Kash­mir dis­pute.

He said ig­nor­ing the peo­ple of Kash­mir in any res­o­lu­tion process would not only be against the uni­ver­sally ac­cepted po­lit­i­cal norms but also be in con­tra­ven­tion to the prin­ci­ples of hu­man dig­nity. This would not be ac­cept­able to the peo­ple of Kash­mir, he added.—KMS SRI­NA­GAR—The All Par­ties Hur­riyet Con­fer­ence Chair­man, Syed Ali Gi­lani, Mir­waiz Umar Fa­rooq and Muham­mad Yasin Ma­lik have em­pha­sized that the Pales­tinian and Kash­mir causes would be force­fully pro­jected on the forth­com­ing Ju­matul Wida in all ma­jor con­gre­ga­tions all across the State of Jammu and Kash­mir.

The lead­ers in their joint state­ment is­sued in Sri­na­gar, Mon­day ap­pealed to the peo­ple of oc­cu­pied Kash­mir to pass res­o­lu­tions on the day in favour of the right to self-de­ter­mi­na­tion of the peo­ples of Pales­tine and Jammu and Kash­mir. They warned the au­thor­i­ties that sep­a­rate be al­lowed to en­ter the ar­eas where mil­i­tants are hid­ing. Eight CRPF per­son­nel were killed and 24 in­jured in the ma­jor am­bush by two mil­i­tants on Satur­day, who and the stance adopted by PDP-BJP regime over the is­sue was against re­li­gious sen­ti­ments of the Mus­lims.

Mean­while, Tehreek-eHur­riyet Jammu and Kash­mir in a state­ment is­sued in Sri­na­gar de­nounced po­lice ac­tion on an If­taar party in Shopian and termed it as an in­ter­ven­tion in re­li­gious mat­ters. The state­ment said that the po­lice had no jus­ti­fi­ca­tion to ar­rest youth from the If­taar party or­ga­nized by Tehreek-eHur­riyet.The Chair­man of In­ter­na­tional Fo­rum for Jus­tice, Muham­mad Ahsan Un­too dur­ing his visit to in­jured peo­ple at Soura Med­i­cal In­sti­tute in Sri­na­gar urged to the world hu­man rights or­ga­ni­za­tion to come for­ward and help the vic­tims of tear­gas shelling, pep­per gas and pel­let guns. Sev­eral peo­ple were in­jured when In­dian were gunned down in the en­counter in Pam­pore.—RK army and po­lice used th­ese lethal weapons on peace­ful pro­test­ers in Kup­wara, re­cently.

Mean­while, both All Par­ties Hur­riyat Con­fer­ences lead­ers Mir­waiz Umar Fa­rooq, Syed Ali Gee­lani and Yasin Ma­lik and oth­ers asked the peo­ple to jo­ing Juma con­gre­ga­tion in max­i­mum num­ber to pray jointly for the early lib­er­a­tion of Kash­mir and Pales­tine and end to In­dian atroc­i­ties in Jammu and Kash­mir. We have flowed down enough of our blood which would not be al­lowed to go waste. Ours is a just cause ac­knowl­edged by the United Na­tion Or­ga­ni­za­tions and other world bod­ies. They thanked the peo­ple to stand the hard­est ground dur­ing highly try­ing hours in Kash­miris lives. Trust in God, have full faith in your just strug­gle, vic­tory shall be ours, Insh-Al­lah, they as­serted. el­derly peo­ple and to ar­rest youth invited to the If­taar party.The state­ment said that Tehreek-e-Hur­riyet Jammu and Kash­mir was a peace­ful or­ga­ni­za­tion and run­ning its cam­paign in a peace­ful man­ner. The TeH said that In­dian po­lice and agen­cies were not al­low­ing pro-free­dom or­ga­ni­za­tions to work peace­fully in the ter­ri­tory.

Mean­while, Tehreek-e-Muza­hamat in a state­ment ridiculed the state­ment of pup­pet Chief Min­is­ter wherein she had termed the Pam­pore-type at­tack against the norms of Is­lam and hu­man­ity, say­ing that be­fore is­su­ing such as­ser­tions the au­thor­i­ties should re­alise that the hands of In­dian troops were smeared with blood of in­no­cents.—KMS.

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