No power on earth can deter us from our mission: Geelani

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Srinagar

Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Geelani on Thursday reiterated that no power on earth can deter the people of Kashmir from pursuing their mission.

Addressing the condolence gathering for slain militant Mudasir Ahmad over phone Geelani said that the Delhi and its armed forces have converted this paradise on the earth into a hell, suffocating every living creature in this piece of land.

Geelani said that since 1947, our nation while nourishing freedom movement and demanding their right to self-determination, has presented huge sacrifices, however, Delhi with its “military might, brutally” killed our innocent people.

Referring to the sacrifices rendered by our people especially youth, Geelani in a statement said that more than 6 lakh people have been killed and an economy worth trillions is lost with the lakhs of injured, but “Indian brutality” and repression, through their local conduits, seems to have no end.

Hurriyat chairman said that Delhi is suffering from the arrogance of power and has tried its best to muzzle our voice—but has utterly failed to do so, and no power on earth. “its brutality can never deter us from our much-cherished goal of right to self-determination,” said Geelani.

Reiterating its appeal for boycott, Hurriyat chairman said that participation in any election sponsored by Indian might amounts to treason and betrayal with “martyr’s” blood and disgrace for sacrifices rendered by our nation.

“We believe, any election process, Delhi tries to conduct, is nothing but an armed drill to threaten the common people thereby strengthening its illegal control, but we are indebted by the sacrifices of our nation never to even think of any compromise and we pledge to take this sacred movement to its logical conclusion,” he added.

Stressing upon people in general and youth in particular, Hurriyat chairman said that we need to strengthen our faith and as a nation, we need to the optimistic and by the grace of Almighty Allah the “Indian brute force” will come to an end and we will Insha Allah get rid of this.

Meanwhile, Syed Ali Geelani has expressed shock and grief on the demise of foster mother of his younger son Naseem-u-Zaffar.

Hailing from Bandipora deceased, wife of Professor Mohammad Maqbool was a very pious lady with a noble humanitarian attitude, who faced hardships of his life very bravely and nourished my son more than his biological mother.

“Geelani prayed for her eternal peace and courage to the bereaved family particularly Mohammad Maqbool to bear this tragic loss as losing life partner at this fragile age is very painful,” the spokesman said.

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