Chief Patron Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi Friday expressed anger and condemned the desecration of Quran and killing of civilians in Gool, Ramban.
In a statement here, Inqilabi said “till perpetrators of this sacrilegious act and those assassins in uniform who mowed down over six people in Gool aren’t given exemplary punishment the anger would continue to brew and nobody can guarantee safety of Amarnath pilgrims.”
MeA patron said the desecration of Quran in 1931 gave rise to resistance movement which ended the Maharaja Hari Singh’s autocratic rule in Kashmir.
“Today after 82 years the sacrilegious act at Gool has infused momentum to the liberation struggle,” he said.
He said Kashmir Muslims have to decide whether they want to live with dignity and respect or spend the life as obsequious hypocrites and lowliness.
Coming down heavily on Pakistan’s ‘K-policy’ Inqilabi said “we want to ask Pakistan’s leadership if they can’t live without Indian onions and tomatoes then what is the meaning of sacrifice of lakhs of people under Two-Nation theory.”
He said Pakistan neutralized “revolutionary role of Azad Kashmir as base camp of freedom struggle.”
“Hadn’t Pakistan done it, Indian soldiers wouldn’t have dared to kill innocent civilians and desecrate symbols of piety and chastity,” he added.