Hurriyat (G) Conference chairman, Syed Ali Geelani while hailing the Pakistani stand taken in UN General Assembly, said that it reflects the historical facts and ground realities.
Reacting to the UNGA remarks made by Indian ambassador, Hurriyat Chairman in a statement said that it was full of lies, deceit, arrogance and persistent denial of basic and ground realities. He said that we are neither surprised nor did we expect anything substantial to be delivered there, because of the mindset India prefers to be in denial mode since the tragedy of Kashmir was born in 1947.
Claiming to be the largest democracy with multicultural society and a fast-growing economic hub, it can’t dare to accept the bare and internationally recognized issue, not because they are not in knowledge of the fact, but only because they have fed their majority vote bank with this false and baseless rhetoric of “Atoot Ang” for the last 71 years and for the fear of losing power they continue to poison their minds. Lies even repeated for centuries and by the whole world, they still remain lies, said Syed Ali Geelani.
Hailing Pakistan ambassador for her stance, Geelani said all member countries including India is aware about the historical evidences and aspects of Kashmir issue, saying it was India that took the Kashmir issue to the United Nations and added that eighteen resolutions were passed in favour of right to self-determination of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and this august institution stands guarantee for this resolution, but unfortunately it has miserably failed to safeguard its own reputation and unless it shuns the stains of importance, inability, and helplessness, oppressed people like those of Jammu and Kashmir will continue to live in hell like atmosphere under the threatening shadow of gun from its oppressor.
Haling Pakistan efforts, he said that this country, despite its domestic turmoil and neighbors aggression, always stood through every thick and thin with the helpless people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Meanwhile, Geelani paid glowing tributes to two militants killed in Budgam encounter with government forces today early morning.