KL NEWS NETWORK
Reacting strongly to the Hindu extremist party VHP’s threat of an economic blockade to Kashmir, senior Hurriyat (g) leader Nayeem Ahmad Khan Saturday “dared” the party to go ahead with its plan and “bear the results”.
“Don’t threat a nation which has time and again proved its steadfastness against imperialistic and communal forces,” Nayeem Ahmad Khan said in a statement. He continues to remain under house detention.
“VHP must know that Muslims only fear Almighty Allah and do not care about anybody’s hallow threats,” he said adding, “we have been and will continue to slaughter cows and other bovine animals, let VHP and other fascist parties do whatever they can.”
Questioning the PDP-BJP government for not taking any action against VHP for its open threats, Khan said, “the so called state government should have taken quick action against the VHP leader but its silence has again proved that it is working as a collaborator of Hindu extremist forces.”
The statement said that Khan made it clear that Muslims will not follow the High Court verdict about beef and will go ahead with slaughtering cows and like bovine animals. “Let VHP and other Hindu extremist forces do whatever they want to,” Khan added.
Nayeem Ahmad Khan appealed people to stay firm and go ahead with the commandments of Allah only, the statement said.
Meanwhile, the statement further said that Nayeem Ahmad Khan expressed deep grief and sorrow over the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander, Fayaz Ahmad Bhat of Wayil Pattan. “Paying rich and glowing tributes to Shaheed Fayaz Ahmad Bhat,” the statement said, “Nayeem Ahmad Khan lauded his role as a brave militant commander.” “Martyrdoms and detentions cannot deter Kashmiri people to resist against the Indian occupation of Jammu Kashmir.”
National Front spokesperson meanwhile condemned the continuous detention of Nayeem Ahmad Khan, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC-g) chairperson Syed Ali Geelani and another Hurriyat (g) leader Shabir Ahmad Shah.
The National Front further expressed concern on the arrest of woman pro-freedom leader and Dukhtaran-e-Millat chief Aasiya Andrabi and her associate Fahmeeda Sofi.