#Day45: Hurriyat (g) Hails Bijbehara People For ‘Upholding’ Resistance Program Despite Odds

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Hurriyat Conference (g) delegation including Devinder Singh, Bashir Ahmad Qureshi and Abdul Ahad Parra visited Budgam and addressed a public meeting asking people to remain disciplined and maintain communal harmony.
Hurriyat Conference (g) delegation including Devinder Singh, Bashir Ahmad Qureshi and Abdul Ahad Parra visited Budgam and addressed a public meeting asking people to remain disciplined and maintain communal harmony.

While reacting to the statement of Indian Minister Jitender Singh, Hurriyat Conference (g) termed it as “ridiculous and childish”

Singh had said that he asked his supporters to unfurl the tri-colour in Gilgit Baltistan.

“These Indian politicians and their local goons couldn’t do so here in Srinagar, despite thick armed forces blanket in an around the venue. This tri-colour fell down humiliatingly on 15 of August, the Independence Day of India, which most of the people in Kashmir and even in India take it as a spiritual signal that ‘coming events cast their shadows before’,” the statement said.

The statement said that Hurriyat Conference (g) hailed the courage and determination of the people of Bijbehara, wherein they have challenged the “ruthless and arrogant behaviour of an Indian stooge in uniform – Arshad Khan, by opening the shops after 6 pm as per resistance leadership program”.

“Hurriyat salutes their resolute towards the on-going struggle and appealed people in general to follow such courageous acts to foil the ill designs of the anti-movement elements,” he said.

“Arshad Khan like people are beasts in uniform and such cowards can never ever stand to the dedication and will of the masses,” the statement said.

Commenting on the disbursing the peaceful public meeting at Shopian by army and police and injuring more than two dozen people, Hurriyat Conference (g) said that despite the force used by local administration, people courageously assembled again and defied the dictate of the forces which is “highly appreciable”.

The Hurriyat condemned the night raids by police, beating the men and molesting women in nook and corner of Jammu and Kashmir.

“These inhuman so-called law enforcing men themselves defy their own laws to quench their thirst of hatred against the freedom loving people,” the spokesperson added. Hurriyat Conference (g) termed them as “beasts devoid of any human feelings”.

“They have become deaf and dumb only to serve the interests of India,” the statement said.

Hurriyat Conference (g) once again showed his utmost concern about the arrest of Sarwar Yaqoob, son of jailed Hurriyat Conference (g) Spokesperson Ayaz Akbar. Akbar is languishing in Police Station Parimpora for the last one and a half month.

“Sarwar’s mother and Ayaz Sahab’s wife is suffering from cancer and due to the arrest of son and husband has affected her health very badly,” the statement said.

He cautioned local police authorities that “you have crossed all the limits of humanity, but your barbaric attitude and ruthlessness can’t deter us from our goal of freedom”.

Meanwhile, a Hurriyat Conference (g) delegation including Devinder Singh, Bashir Ahmad Qureshi and Abdul Ahad Parra visited Budgam and addressed the public meeting wherein they appealed people to remain disciplined and maintain communal harmony.

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