India failed to reduce Kashmir dispute’s significance

Srinagar, July 24 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani has said that New Delhi appointed Governor, Satya Pal Malik is openly encouraging violence and civilian killings in the territory.

Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar while commenting on a recent statement of the IOK Governor said that it was unfortunate that a country claiming to believe in non-violence and proudly labeling itself the world’s largest democracy was inciting Kashmiri youth to resort to killing of the people. He maintained that by such utterances Indian Governor had unmasked the real face of the so-called proud killers of Gandhi. Syed Ali Gilani emphasized that the oppressor in the occupied territory had always sowed the seeds of corruption in Jammu and Kashmir and had given rise to vandalism, political arrogance and executive highhandedness.

Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front in a statement issued in Srinagar said that India had failed to reduce the significance of the internationally-recognised Kashmir dispute despite resorting to every brutal methods and tactics. The JKLF while welcoming the US President Donald Trump’s offer for mediation on Kashmir said that his statement was a reflection of the reality of Jammu and Kashmir being a conflict zone that deserved an early resolution.

Senior APHC leader and Chairman of Democratic Freedom Party, Shabbir Ahmad Shah has completed two years of his illegal detention in Delhi’s Tihar jail. He was arrested on July 25, 2017 in a fabricated case and was shifted to Tihar Jail in Delhi. The Democratic Freedom Party in a statement said that India was a signatory to the International Convention on prisoners making itself duty bound to follow the international norms about prisoners. However, New Delhi does not follow the same particularly about Shabbir Ahmad Shah and other political prisoners.

Indian authorities imposed strict restrictions on any political activities by Muslims after Friday prayers in Kishtwar district. The purpose of the restrictions is to curb voice and stop political activities of pro-freedom Muslim leaders in the district.

An Indian court ordered the release of four Kashmiris, who remained illegally detained in New Delhi’s Tihar jail for the past 23 years. They were identified as Mirza Nasir, Ali Muhammad Killay, Latif Ahmed Waza and Asadullah Goni. An APHC delegation received them at Srinagar airport, today.

People continued to stage protest on the second consecutive day, today, against the sacrilege of Eidgah by Hindu miscreants in Marmat area of Doda district.


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