Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik while addressing a gathering at ‘Masjid Bilal, The bund’ on Friday said that exemplary boycott of recent municipal elections has frustrated the government.
The spokesman said that elections have delayed the resolution of the Jammu Kashmir issue and it is our national duty to remain aloof from this process. JKLF leaders and activists also staged a protest at Sarai-Bala and Budshah Chowk areas of the Srinagar against ongoing “aggression” across the valley.
JKLF chairman said that elections have delayed the resolution of Jammu Kashmir issue and hence it is our “national duty” to always stay aloof from this harmful process.
While referring to yesterdays “attack” on common people at Warpora Ganderbal where many young and old were arrested by men in uniform and subjected to heinous and inhuman torture, JKLF chairman said that men in uniform pulled and even tried to set ablaze white beards of elders besides pulling them, made young to drink kerosene and petrol and after hours of severe torture threw these people on road in an unconscious state.
JKLF chairman said that people of Jammu Kashmir who are seeking their birthright of freedom and self-determination have not been and can never be cowed and it is our firm resolve to remain steadfast and resist till the achievement of the desired goal.