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Expressing gratitude to all those Indian student organizations, civil society members, social and religious personalities for staging protests and raising their voice against Kashmir atrocities, conglomerate of militant outfits United Jihad Council (UJC) Tuesday reiterated that “strict instructions have been given to militants to keep themselves aloof” from the people sponsored pro-freedom rallies in Kashmir Valley.
“As per reliable sources, Indian agents are making their entries into people’s rallies to foment trouble and give justification to the Indian armed forces to target common people. There is a need to keep an eye on these agents,” Syed Salahuddin, the UJC chief said while presiding a high level meeting.
He added that militants have been “directed to engage Indian armed troopers in secluded areas only”.
Syed Salahuddin while “lauding” the role of people and separatist leaders said that showing unity and confidence on resistance leadership are key to success.
“The way Kashmiri people have been showing determination, patience and are making sacrifices, surely our struggle for freedom will bear positive results,” he said.
The UJC chief claimed that the “agents of New Delhi government have been trying to sabotage the ongoing movement” and it is high time to identify and punish them.
He said that Government of India and RSS are finding ways and means to “target” people of Kashmir.
“The 52 days curfew, use of bullets, pellets and tear-smoke shells are some of the means through which India want to break the resolve of Kashmiri people,” he said.
Syed Salahuddin appealed Government of Pakistan to start a “rejuvenated campaign across globe to highlight the atrocities committed by India” upon the people of Kashmir.
“Pakistan should not only snap the diplomatic ties with India but should persuade OIC countries to follow suit,” he said.