Gilani grills Modi for ‘integral part’ remarks » Kashmir Media Service

‘Poll boycott has frustrated Indian leadership’

Srinagar, April 28 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani, has hit out at Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his anti-Kashmir remarks saying that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and can’t be changed by such false and arrogant statements.

Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar termed Narendra Modi’s ‘Kashmir is an integral part of India’ remarks as a cruel joke. “Indian Prime Minister is absolutely ignorant about the history. He should shun ego and stubbornness, and accept the ground realities and come forward to address this basic issue according to the wishes and aspirations of the people of Jammu and Kashmir,” Gilani said.

The APHC chairman pointed out that the glorious political history, geography and culture of Jammu and Kashmir had dissimilarity with the non-serious words of Modi.

The pro-freedom leader went on to add: “Kashmir has never been a part of India and the fact of the matter is that it has been subjugated by India on October 27, 1947.”

Criticizing the strange and illogical arguments put forward by Narendra Modi regarding the position of India on Kashmir, Syed Ali Gilani advised Modi not to build castles in the air, not to beat about the bush and not to flee from the present ground situation of Jammu and Kashmir.

Terming Kashmir as an outcome of non-compliance of Indian independence act of 1947, he called for the early resolution of Kashmir dispute by granting right to self-determination in a peaceful atmosphere.

The APHC chairman said that since 1947, India thrust its local stooges on the people of Kashmir as and when they needed to fulfill their nefarious designs.

He called for election boycott and shutdown in Kulgam district tomorrow and said that the poll boycott had frustrated the Indian leadership which could be well read from the Indian Prime Minister’s speech.”

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