‘Allegations, counter allegations’ Dominate Hurriyat (M) Seminar

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KL Report

SRINAGAR

At Hurriyat (M) seminar, the veiled attacks, allegations and counter allegations remained dominant on Monday with some leaders of the amalgam accusing others getting exhausted in the struggle and some accusing others of making emotional remarks sans rationality.

According to the KNS, Professor Abdul Gani Bhat – the Hurriyat executive member who grabbed headlines after terming PDP patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed as his ‘close friend’, said while speaking in the seminar that politics in no way means taking decisions emotionally and the a comprehensive strategy is needed for the achievement of the goal.

On the occasion, the Hurriyat (M) leaders Javaid Ahmad Mir and Yasmeen Raja said if some leaders of the camp are exhausted while fighting for the cause, they should retire themselves at the earliest. The duo also alleged that some leaders behind the curtain were trying to sabotage the freedom movement of Jammu and Kashmir.

“I want to tell you that emotional outbursts cannot work here. You need a well planned strategy and even prophets in our religion had to adopt the same for the larger interests. On time, the black and the white color will get segregated,” said Professor Bhat while speaking in the seminar.

He in his speech also dared New Delhi to make the copy of the document of accession public, if it claims that Kashmir has been acceded to the union of India.

“It was India that took the Kashmir case to the United Nations and requested that if Pakistan withdraws troops from its controlled part of Kashmir, people here could be given the right to decide their fate. It was V.P. Menon who in his nine hour speech declared that besides India and Pakistan, the United Nations is also party to the Kashmir dispute,” said the professor, adding that such arguments must be raised and written to the acting UN general secretary.

Meanwhile, Hurriyat leader Javaid Mir accused PDP of stealing the agenda of Hurriyat Conference and in no way should the pro-freedom camp display any allegiance with the mainstream parties in Kashmir.

Yasmeen Raja said that behind the curtain some leaders in the amalgam are trying to damage the party and Mirwaiz Umar must remain cautious about such elements.

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