Me­hbooba tries to dump de­bris of own in­abil­i­ties on pro-free­dom camp

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

SRI­NA­GAR—Terming the poli­cies of pro-In­dia par­ties as a rea­son for eco­nomic cri­sis in Jammu Kash­mir, All Par­ties Hur­riyat Con­fer­ence (APHC) Mon­day said the state­ment of the so-called Chief Min­is­ter blam­ing the con­glom­er­ate for the shut­down calls for eco­nomic in­sta­bil­ity was meant to cover the heinous crimes per­pet­u­ated by sell­ing out the in­ter­ests of the peo­ple to New Delhi.

The state­ment said the re­gional CM at the be­hest of RSS was over­see­ing ha­rass­ment of re­sis­tance lead­er­ship al­though the re­al­ity was that if Jammu Kash­mir was fac­ing eco­nomic predica­ment, it was due to the il­le­gal oc­cu­pa­tion of In­dia and pil­lag­ing of its abun­dant nat­u­ral re­sources by Gov­ern­ment of In­dia for which only pro-In­dia par­ties were re­spon­si­ble. The con­glom­er­ate said the loot of Jammu Kash­mir’s re­sources had brought eco­nomic in­sta­bil­ity to the state which was a de­lib­er­ate ploy to make Kash­miris de­pen­dent and the only peo­ple who were de­riv­ing ben­e­fits from it were state’s pro-In­dia politi­cians.

The APHC state­ment said peo­ple of Jammu Kash­mir were pur­su­ing a peace­ful strug­gle based on their just rights, and, be­ing sub­jected to atroc­i­ties and ha­rass­ment by the state, had no bet­ter op­tion than ob­serv­ing a peace­ful shut­down. The amal­gam said by blam­ing shut­downs for eco­nomic mess in the state and over­look­ing the real rea­sons, the re­gional CM was be­ing more loyal than the king to New Delhi. Con­demn­ing the use of force, atroc­i­ties and ha­rass­ment by po­lice and govt forces in So­pore dur­ing the holy month of Ra­madan and even on a peace­ful, re­li­gious gath­er­ing on Lay­lat al-Qadr by fir­ing pep­per gas and stop­ping them from per­form­ing re­li­gious obli­ga­tions, the APHC state­ment said this was in­ter­fer­ence in re­li­gious af­fairs of the peo­ple.—Email power if they rec­og­nize their po­ten­tial and uti­lize it prop­erly. 25 women have been trained in first year camp of RSS, while 52 women re­ceived train­ing in the sec­ond year camp. It was an­nounced that Rash­tra Se­vika Samiti (RSS) Jammu & Kash­mir will be or­ga­niz­ing a ‘Route March’ from Mubarak Mandi on July 4 at 10 AM.

March will pass though dif­fer­ent ar­eas like Pan­j­teerthi, Kachi Chawni, Pa­rade, Shal­la­mar, City Chowk, Su­per Bazar, Pu­rani Mandi, Link Road, Jain Bazar and con­clude at Mubark Mandi.—RK

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