Indian repression failed to suppress Kashmiris: Gilani » Kashmir Media Service

Srinagar, April 13 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani, has said that the policy of suppression and repression in the territory has failed to yield any positive results for India.

Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar said, “Through the elongated period of ordeal and barbarism since 1947, India is currently facing a powerful people’s political movement for right to self-determination in every nook and corner of Jammu and Kashmir.”

He paid glowing tributes to the two youth, Shahjahan Mir and Aabid Ahmed Wagay, martyred by Indian troops during a cordon and search in Gahand area of Shopian, today. He also condemned the use of brute force by Indian troops against the peaceful protestors in the area and the injuring of more than 20 persons by the indiscriminate use of bullets, pellets and other oppressive measures by the troops.

Referring to the sacrifices rendered by Kashmiri people especially youth to get rid of the Indian occupation of their homeland, The APHC Chairman said that more than 6 lakh people had been killed and economy worth trillions was lost, but Indian brutality and repression, through their local conduits, seemed to have no end. He said India is suffering from arrogance of power and has tried its best to muzzle Kashmiris’ voice but had utterly failed to do so. He said that the Indian might and brutality would not be able to deter the Kashmiri people from pursuing their much cherished goal of right to self-determination.

Reiterating his appeal for boycott of the sham polls, Syed Ali Gilani said, “We believe, any election process, India tries to conduct, is nothing but a military drill to threaten the common people and strengthen its illegal control in the occupied land, but we are indebted by the sacrifices of our people never to even think of any compromise and we pledge to take this sacred movement to its logical conclusion.”

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