Delhi looking for excuses to create 1990 like situation in Kashmir, Geelani says

Srinagar

Hurriyat (G) Conference chairman, Syed Ali Geelani on Monday while blaming the government for continuous violence in Kashmir, said that we are not even allowed to mourn our slain youth. Syed Ali Geelani paid his heartfelt tributes to slain youth in Cheddar Kulgam and while condemning the killing of two civilians (Shahid Nazir Hajam and Shakoor Ahmad Dar) and showering pellets over peaceful mourners, said that rulers and army generals have virtually given their nod to army against innocent civilians and approved it as their state policy.

The spokesman in a statement termed the house and police detention of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Mohammad Yaseen Malik, Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai, Ghulam Ahmad Gulzar and Mohammad Ashraf Laya as state vandalism, Syed Ali Geelani said that nowhere in the world we perceive such type of arrogance.

Syed Ali Geelani while lashing policy makers in Delhi, said that they have set forth their strategy and are looking for excuses to create 1990, like the situation in the state to justify the use of lethal weapons against unarmed and innocent youth.

Our economy has always remained an easy target and it is their well-thought ploy to make every soul dependant, asserted Geelani. Authorities in Delhi were hell-bent to cripple and crush our economic infrastructure, create a sense of insecurity and are very desperate to see us holding begging bowel.

Geelani said that state forces are now targeting peaceful protesters near encounter sites and asked the justification of showering bullets and pellets over innocent civilians. It is sheer vengeance, said Geelani and forces are simply taking revenge from civilians.

Geelani reiterated that instead of law and order problem, Kashmir is a political and humanitarian issue and “military might” can’t silence us or break our resolve. Syed Ali Geelani said if authorities think they can deter us from pursuing our birthright then they are mistaken and suggested to realize ground realities of Kashmir issue.

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