#Day45: Severe Diplomatic, Economic Ties with India, UJC Chief Tells Pak, OIC

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Syed Sallahudin
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Hizb-ul-Mujahideen Supreme Commander and United Jihad Council (UJC) chief, Syed Salah-ud-Din Monday said that if international community and Pakistan does not take concrete steps to address situation in Kashmir, “a huge human catastrophe may break out”.

Advising unionist politicians to join pro-freedom ranks instead of trying to “be advocates of the central leadership in Delhi” the Hizb Commander according to a statement e-mailed to KNS while addressing a special meeting of the United Jihad Council (UJC) said, “India is trying to curb the freedom sentiment in Kashmir by using disproportionately pellets, bullets ,teargas and other such weaponry only to shape its strategy of breaking the will of the people by subjecting them to economic starvation and non-availability of basic amenities of life.”

Stating that if the International community does not give its attention and Pakistan does not take immediate steps towards the plight of people in Kashmir a huge “human catastrophe can take a heavy toll of people in Kashmir”, the Hizb Supreme Commander said, “let Pakistan try to attract world attention through diplomatic exercises and extend concrete help to Kashmir fully.”

Calling upon the Muslim world including Pakistan not to restrict the support to Kashmir to few words but to take “some practical steps” for resolving Kashmir the Hizb supreme commander asked all the member states of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) “to severe their diplomatic and economic ties with the Government of India”.

Terming the fresh offer of Pakistan to India for talks over Kashmir after the recent warnings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi “unadvisable and painful”, the Jihad Council Chief said, “India is constructing concrete walls and tunnels on the line of control (LoC) to strengthen its occupation in Jammu & Kashmir state”.

Stating that the “martyrdom” of Burhan Muzaffar Wani has united both the nation and as well as the pro-freedom leadership in Jammu & Kashmir, Syed Salah-ud-Din said, “we are needlessly pinning our hopes on meaningless dialogue.”

Expressing satisfaction over the united leadership and joint strategy the Hizb Supreme Commander said, “there is need to thwart the divisive attempts of the agencies and agents of the occupational authorities.”

Alleging that government forces are taking “lame excuses” for firing on innocent civilians Syed Salah-Ud-Din said, “targeting only military targets and staying away from public programs would force the occupational forces to vacate the occupied territory.”

Saying that there is still time for the pro-India politicians to give up Unionist politics and join pro-freedom ranks Syed Salah-ud-Din said, “nation won’t spare them later”.

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