Geelani concerned over escalating tension between India, Pakistan

SRINAGAR: Hurriyat (g) Conference chairman, Syed Ali Geelani on Thursday expressed his serious concern and anguish on the escalating tension between India and Pakistan.

The spokesman said that although borders were never calm, for the last couple of days they are roaring with thunders of bombs and guns threatening the whole population and if it continues, a full-fledged war is knocking the doors of sub-continent.

Citing the Pulwama incident, the spokesman quoting Geelani said that strategists and manufacturers have created war madness in whole India, justifying their cross border violations and then celebrating this jingoism and sense of winning the first round just to milk the situation in favour of its political ambitions, the claims and counterclaims will have no end and it is immaterial, who kills how many and who bleeds more, one thing is sure that humanity and the human race is threatened on both sides.

Hurriyat chairman hailed the peace appeals by Pakistan premier and said that such statements can only come through a person with a human heart

Condemning the recent NIA raids on scores of common people including pro-freedom leaders, Hurriyat chairman said that these “coercive” measures have never succeeded in curbing the freedom sentiments of people and harassing people, has its own repercussions and is just an addition to their long list of mighty will yield nothing.

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