Responding to the statement of Director General of Police (DGP), Ashok Prasad, where he dared United Jihad Council (UJC) Syed Sallahudin to come to this side of the border and issue threats, UJC spokesperson Syed Sadaqat Hussain has said that it will take less than moment for the UJC Chief to decide shifting from one part of Kashmir to the other, if need arises.
“For military reasons, the UJC Chief is where he is. If the situation demands him to shift to the battle field, he will not delay the shift even by a moment. The Hizb Chief doesn’t need challenges from Indian officers”, Sadaqat said adding “the statement of the DGP was laughable as he is issuing such statement under patronage of 8 lakh troops in the valley”.
The spokesperson asked the DGP to benefit from the experiences of former CRPF Inspector General of Police, N C Asthana, who according to the statement in the month of August had said that the resolve of Kashmiri people can neither be broken through force nor elections.
“A section of the media had distorted the statement of Sallahudin. He had said that Indian Ministers and authorities were misusing Panches and Sarpanches for their cheap objectives and the people of Kashmir including pro freedom people were against it, so in the larger interest of the people they (PRs) should resign. He had said that Panches and Sarpanches can die anywhere and no weapon was needed to kill them because they cannot protect themselves from the changing sentiments of the nation towards them. His statement was misrepresented”, reads the statement.
On the panchs and sarpanchs’ taking part in the just concluded LC elections, the UJC spokesperson said that the panchayat members will have to be accountable for what he said their anti-movement role.
“Despite earnest appeals from pro-freedom leaders and militant leadership, the panchayat members by taking part in the polls in large numbers strengthened the Indian propaganda, wittingly or unwittingly. They will have to be accountable for such anti movement and enemies like actions”, he added.
“We’re are committed and ready to take the movement to its logical conclusion. No one will be allowed to sell out sacrifices of martyrs”, reads the statement. (KNS)