Harassment of family members won’t deter leaders from pursuing freedom struggle: DeM

Srinagar

Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Syedah Aasiyeh Andrabi, on Friday criticized NIA for unnecessarily harassing the family members of United Jihad Council chief, Syed Salahuddin.

The spokesman said that Salahuddin’s eldest son and five others have been picked up the NIA over fictitious charges and are being harassed. “This agency has failed on all fronts to pressurize the leadership by concocting false stories and cases, now this agency is trying to harass the family members in order to emotionally torture the leadership,” the chairperson said.

Andrabi said that such tactics have not worked in the past and won’t work in the future as well. “Syed Salahuddin has left behind a family for a pious cause, though the harassment and the torture of the family will be painful these things don’t hamper his efforts for the freedom struggle in Kashmir,” she said

“So far, India has failed on all fronts and will continue to fail in the future as well,” she added.

Andrbai said that it has been established that this agency is trying hard to invoke false cases against the innocents. “This is nothing but harassment but India should know that these cheap tricks won’t deter the leadership and the people of Kashmir from pursuing this pious cause,” she added.

Meanwhile, Andrabi has paid glowing tributes to the two slain militants Owais Ahmad of Nowdal Tral and Shabir Ahmad of Aghanzipora Awantipora who killed during an encounter with government forces in Balhama, Khonmoh Srinagar.

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