Malik meets EJAC, Discusses ‘Sainik Colony, KP Township’ Issues



JKLF-EJAC Meet on May 24, 2016

Continuing with its efforts to “build unity” among Kashmiris, JKLF chief Muhammad Yasin Malik Tuesday met the head of Employees joint action committee (EJAC) Abdul Qayoom Wani along with its leaders Farooq Ahmad Trali, Fayaz Shabnum, Farooq Ahmad Khan, Shabir Ahmad Langoo ,Khurshid Ahmad Butt and Muhammad Lateef.

The meeting was held at the office of EJAC, a JKLF statement said this afternoon.

“Leaders discussed the present situation and conspiratorial plots of so-called rulers to establish separate colonies for ex-army men, Pundits, and homeless outsiders, East India type industrial policy, oppression unleashed on Jammu Muslims, NEET like acts etc,” the statement said, “all these plots are being made to inflict harm on Kashmiris and serve the interests of India.”

“These conspiracies are being hatched only to change the demography of Jammu Kashmir, harm its Muslim majority character and change majority into minority and agreed to resist these plots with unity and steadfastness,” the statement quoted minutes of the meeting.

“Yasin briefed the meeting about the situation and emphasized upon the need of a united stand against all these plots” the statement said.

Terming these “conspiratorial plots” as do or die situation for Kashmiris, “leaders pledged to fight against these with one face and unity”.

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