Syed Ali Geelani on Wednesday said that India is using brute force on the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing protest demonstration against arrival of Indian Prime Minister in London, Syed Ali Geelani on telephone while referring events that led to partition and creation of India Pak as two countries, said that India while trampling all basic norms and ethics of “Indian independence Act of 1947”, all against the wishes of Jammu and Kashmir people.
Geelani addressing audience impressed and insisted to convey the rightful message to Indian premier about the woeful situation people face in Kashmir.
People are being traumatized, tortured, intimidated, caged, harassed, women molested and people irrespective of age and gender subjected to political vengeance said Geelani in his telephonic address to protestors.
Geelani while addressing the people protesting against PM Modi, said ‘’ we are not demanding secession of any legal part of India, but our loud and clear demand is for the right to self-determination to decide political destiny of state.
Geelani said that our youth are being arrested, caged and subjected to extreme physical torture and are being pushed to the wall and consequently there exists no option other than to consider other options to give vent to their sentiments. This evolved an explosive situation and there is increasing tendency in human causalities, said Syed Ali Geelani.
We are a peace-loving nation, said Geelani and we never derive pleasure even if an Indian soldier dies, but contrary to this, their brute forces enjoy and become jubilant whenever they kill our youth and innocent people. he added.
I pay my tributes to my nation for their exemplary valour and steadfastness against all odds, said Geelani in his telephonic address and added that Kashmiri people in their struggle against the forced occupation are creating an unmatched history.
Reiterating his pledge to carry freedom mission, saying Kashmir has turned a nuclear flashpoint in the subcontinent and horrors of war will devastate the people living in sub-continent. “Geelani said the people of Jammu and Kashmir are peace-loving, and Indian leaders can play a key role by respecting their aspirations, instead of adopting coercive measures,” Geelani said.
”They should shun fanatical politics because the need of the hour is to acknowledge the ground realities of the long-pending Jammu and Kashmir dispute.”