KL News Network
Kashmiris know how to continue their freedom struggle against all odds and also how to safeguard humanity and human values. This was stated by the chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik while reacting to recent statement of BJP general secretary Ram Madev in which he had said that resistance camp was inviting terrorists instead of tourists.
“Ram Madev like people should know that Kashmir is neither Nagpur nor Gujarat where his RSS can play its treacherous inhuman games,” Malik said in a statement issued Friday evening.
Terming this statement as assertions of a frustrated person, Malik said that Madav is frustrated because “Kashmiris have refused to budge before Indian tyranny and oppression and defeated his politics of deceit and hate.”
He said that Kashmiris don’t need anybody like Madav’s certificate to prove their credentials as whole world knows their love and respect for humanity and human values.
He has further said that “Kashmiris have always remained wedded to the principles of humanity and it were Kashmiris who demonstrated this respect for humanity when whole Asia especially the subcontinent was being trampled by chauvinist forces to which Madav belongs.”
Recalling the year 2008 when RSS backed forces enforced blockade on Kashmiris and about 72 youth were killed we did not behave inhumanly like those forces Madav belongs to.
“Keeping humanity first and refraining from any revengeful act, Kashmiris not only provided shelter and safety to stranded Yatrees and tourist but took them to their homes and fed them,” said Malik.
He further said that same was repeated by Kashmiris during 2014.
Malik also according to spokesman strongly condemned the “brutal behavior of Indian forces at Husanpora Arwani Bijbehara where they not only martyred three more Kashmiris but vandalized more than a dozen residential houses and sheds.”
“By saying that a civilian was martyred by a stray bullet blood hungry forces cannot conceal their crimes as they fired bullets and pellets on common people in broad day light.”
While paying tributes to slain militants, Malik said that the “sacred blood of these martyrs will not go waste and the day is not far when Kashmir will be free from illegal occupation.”