New Delhi, June 25 (KMS): Illegally detained Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (JKDFP), Shabbir Ahmad Shah has said that the change of guard in Kashmir does not matter because faces are being changed by New Delhi after intervals.

Shabbir Ahmad Shah in a statement issued from New Delhi’s Tihar jail said that the people of Kashmir were continuously deprived of their right to self-determination as guaranteed to them by the world community. He said New Delhi has been using Sheikhs, Bakhshis, Sadiqs, Qasims, Abdullahs and Muftis to hoodwink people so if some new face emerges in future that should not surprise the people.

The family members, after visiting Shabbir Shah at Tihar jail, are seriously worried about his drastic weight loss. The better half of Shabbir Shah had gone to meet him along with her two daughters. She informed the party that for the first time they were allowed to meet Shah sahib face to face in a room and on seeing him after a long gap she and her both the daughters were shocked to see Shah sahib as he has gone very weak.

The family informed the party that Shabbir Shah’s health has drastically worsened which has really disturbed them. They said Shabbir Shah has been suffering from serious life threatening ailments and authorities are playing with his life. However, the wife of the DFP Chairman said that despite severe ill health the morale of Shabbir Shah is very high. “Shah sahib said that might is never right.”

Meanwhile, the DFP spokesperson in a statement strongly condemned the killing of yet another civilian at Cheddar Kulgam. He also expressed sorrow on the succumbing of Srigufwara youth who was injured in forces’ action.

Paying tributes to martyrs, the spokesman said New Delhi is on path of genocide in Kashmir because it has people like Lal Singh as its advisors who shamelessly even threaten journalists; however the freedom struggle cannot be crushed.

The spokesman exhibited solidarity with the victim families and paid tributes to the martyrs.


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