KL NEWS NETWORK
Delegation of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) led by its chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik Wednesday met senior separatist leader and chiarman APHC (G) Syed Ali Geelani at his office in Hyderpora.
According to spokesman, “this is continuous process to have consultative efforts to promote a unified approach for tackling new challenges that are being posed by Indian rulers and their Kashmiri stooges in the name of so-called Israeli type separate colonies for pundits and army people, east India company type industrial policy, colonies for homeless outsiders, NEET and plight of Jammu Muslims.”
During the meeting the spokesman said that “all issues related to government plans about establishing Israeli type separate colonies for pundits, ex-army people, homeless outsiders and new industrial policy, plight of Jammu Muslims and NEET etc came under thread-bare discussion and on all related issues a complete unanimity of thoughts and ideas was shared by both sides.
The spokesman further said that Geelani and Malik emphasized upon the need of unity and one faced approach to tackle these new challenges faced by Kashmiris and said that situation was like do or die for Kashmiris. Both leaders said “that the conspiratorial programs like construction of separate colonies in the name of pundits, establishing separate colonies for ex-army people, construction of homes for non-Kashmiri homeless people, selling or leasing out Kashmiri land to Indian businessmen for establishing so-called industrial units etc, oppression unleashed against Jammu Muslims and laws like NEET are posing a serious threat to the people of Jammu & Kashmir and these plots are actually threatening the very existence of people of Jammu & Kashmir.”
“We will resist all these conspiracies with unity and passion and even spill our blood to stop these anti Kashmiri programs, asserted the participants of the meeting.
After meeting Geelani, JKLF delegation went the office of chamber of commerce and held a meeting with chamber leaders. Led by its president Mushtaq Ahmad.