Inqilabi Warns Modi Not To Visit Kashmir

   

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While condemning the Budgam incident, Chief Patron Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi Thursday warned New Delhi that “continued state-terrorism will force Mujahedeen to reorganize and regroup in a big way.”

In a statement issued here to KNS, Inqilabi said: “I strongly demand that Indian imperialists should give exemplary punishment to force personnel involved in killing two Budgam youth. I also demand that Shabir Shah, Nayeem Khan, M. Yousuf Naqash, Zaffar Akbar Bhat, Yasin Malik, Bashir Bhat and other resistance leaders should be released immediately.”

He said authorities should allow peaceful election boycott campaign. “This will subside anger of Mujahedeen.” MeA patron said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi should not visit Kashmir to run election campaign.

“Thousands of people are suffering because of floods here. Already situation because of k-issue has assumed uncertainty. To avoid any dangerous situation no inappropriate step should be taken in the name of elections,” he said.

He advised Modi to take Pakistan and Kashmir resistance leadership into confidence and initiate tripartite talks.

“This is the only way for finding peaceful, just and long-lasting solution to K-dispute and only way to guarantee peace in South-Asia,” he added.

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