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Pro-freedom rally at Taargam Qazigund on Sep 08, 2016. (KL Image: Shah Hilal)
Pro-freedom rally at Taargam Qazigund on Sep 08, 2016. (KL Image: Shah Hilal)

Expressing deep concern over the “highhandedness” of the men in uniform in nook and corner of the valley, senior Hurriyat Conference (g) leader and Jammu Kashmir National Front chairperson, Nayeem Ahmad Khan Thursday said that if peaceful and democratic people’s movement is not given a heed it will lead to nothing but “disastrous consequences” in near future.

Strongly condemning the maiming of thousands of unarmed protesters, he said in a statement issued this evening, “men in uniform have been given clear instructions to use blind force to silent the peace loving Kashmiris and crush their democratic movement.”

Khan said, “people of Kashmir have exhibited utmost discipline during last more than two months of mass uprising and they want a permanent resolution to the Kashmir dispute so that the people of India, Pakistan and Kashmir can live peaceful and dignified life. However, peaceful Kashmiris are being reciprocated with bullets, pellets, PAVA and like weapons resulting in their deaths and injuries.”

“Freedom loving Kashmiri’s properties are being damaged and a new ‘operation ransacking’ has been started in the valley to silent peaceful protesters. This kind of oppression, suppression and tyranny,” Khan said, “it will have dangerous consequences.”

The Hurriyat Conference (g) Jammu province head said, “if peaceful people are not given a serious heed, they will definitely feel dejection which will lead to nothing but catastrophe.”

“Had New Delhi listened to pro-freedom Kashmiris in time the situation would not have like this,” Nayeem Khan said adding “it is high time for India to shun the path of arrogance and accept the historical facts viz-a-viz Kashmir dispute,” he added.

“New Delhi is otherwise busy in committing every sort of atrocities and damaging private properties is part of that. The instructions to use force blindly against the unarmed Kashmiris and damage their private properties have been given from those who have started to deceive people by using terms like ‘Insaaniyat and Jamhooriyat’,” said, “raiding residential houses during night and vandalising households is not Insaaniyat but brazen Haywaniyat.”

Khan praised the steadfastness of the people who organise peaceful rallies but face “force at the hands of the men in uniform”.

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