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Detentions cannot deter Kashmiris’ resolve: Pro-Pakistani Gilani


Detentions cannot deter Kashmiris’ resolve: Pro-Pakistani Gilani

SRINAGAR (Indian Occupied Kashmir): In occupied Kashmir, veteran Pro-Pakistani Kashmiri Hurriyet leader Syed Ali Gilani has said that illegal detention of pro-freedom leaders and activists by the authorities cannot break Kashmiris’ resolve to get freedom from India, reports KMS.

Syed Ali Gilani, in a media interview in Srinagar, said that puppet administration was resorting to autocratic tactics to crush the ongoing movement. “It was high time for India to accept the ground realities. People of Kashmir are struggling for their inalienable right to self-determination,” he added.

The veteran leader said that the struggle of Kashmiri people had entered into a decisive phase. He said that the ongoing movement would continue till India accepted Kashmir as a dispute, withdrew its troopers from the occupied territory and released all the illegally detained Pro-Pakistani Hurriyet leaders and activists.

Syed Ali Gilani said that the mass participation of people in Quit Kashmir Movement had frustrated the occupation authorities. “Indian troopers and police have been given unbridled powers to kill and harass the unarmed Kashmiris,” he maintained.

Emphasising that the sacrifices rendered by over one-lakh martyrs should serve as a glaring example of Kashmiris’ resolve, he said India could not muzzle the just voice of Kashmiri people through use of brute force.

The veteran Pro-Pakistani Hurriyet leader said that India was delaying the resolution of Kashmir dispute by projecting it as an economic issue just to hoodwink the international community.

On the other hand, the Pro-Pakistani Jammu and Kashmir Tehreek-e-Hurriyet, headed by Syed Ali Gilani, has hailed China for disallowing the Chief of India’s Northern military command based in the territory to enter the country.

A spokesman of Tehreek-e-Hurriyet, in a statement issued in Srinagar, appealed the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) to adopt the same policy and make India realize that its occupation of Kashmir was illegal.

Another report says; Indian police have arrested eleven Pro-Pakistani people including Hurriyet leader and the Acting President of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Political Movement, advocate Muhammad Shafi Reshi, from different places.

The police arrested Muhammad Shafi Reshi along with four other people from Baba Demb area of Srinagar. Reshi is a member of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association.

The police arrested two students for raising anti-India and pro-liberation slogans at the gate of Jammu University. A police team conducted raid at Khatianka Talab area of Jammu city and arrested the students identified as Qamran and Shafiq. The police also arrested five persons in Handwara for participating in anti-India demonstrations.

On the other hand, people took to streets in Habba Kadal, Chota Bazar, Shaheed Gunj, Karfali Mohalla, Kani Kadal, Islamabad, Bijbehara, Sangam, Qaimoh, Kulgam, Pulwama, Kakapora, Pampore, Awantipora, Tral, Kupwara, Handwara and Baramulla areas and staged pro-freedom demonstrations. Indian troops and police personnel resorted to heavy baton charge and excessive teargas shelling to disperse the protestors at many places, injuring several people.

Locals said that the troops and policemen broke windowpanes of many houses and damaged the vehicles passing through the areas. Residents of Islamabad said that the troops smashed windowpanes of several houses and a Mosque at Ghaziabad. In Tahab area of Pulwama, a hawaldar of 8th battalion Armed Police was beaten to pulp by CRPF troopers after he objected their chasing away an eight-year-old boy.Detentions cannot deter Kashmiris’ resolve: Gilani
‘Pakistan Times’ Jammu & Kashmir Desk

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