Kashmir issue to be resolved in accordance with UN resolutions: Altaf Ahmed Bhatt

Islamabad: President Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement Altaf Ahmed Bhat said that Burhan Wani was a benefactor and a powerful voice of Kashmiris. Bhat said India has failed to subdue Kashmiri Freedom Movement despite using all the available tactics, acts of oppression and suppression.

Paying glowing Tribute to Burhan Muzaffar Wani President JKSM Altaf Ahmed Bhat further said that India has been using disgusting tricks and high-handed tactics to keep the world’s attention away from the oppression and barbarism on besieged people of Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir.

Indian Army is targeting unarmed Kashmiris on the ceasefire line. Kashmiris have been in lockdown for the last 11 months, while another lockdown due to COVID-19 is being used by Indian Forces to target kill Kashmiri Youth, destroy houses, and loot valuables from houses. Bhat added.

Bhat lamented that a picture that has recently surfaced from the Kashmir city of Sopore is heavy and painful with thousands of words.

The image has its language and title within it. This was the picture of a helpless three-year-old boy sitting on the dead body of his 65-year-old grandfather named Bashir Ahmad Khan. This is the story of Kashmir where even children are made witness to the killing of their loved ones.

Bhat said that the dream of peace in the region cannot be fulfilled without giving the Kashmiri people the right to self-determination.

Kashmiris demand their birthright which India itself has promised to Kashmiris and UN resolutions on Kashmir are clear proof that Kashmir issue needs to be resolved.

The Kashmiri people are making historic struggles and everlasting sacrifices. These sacrifices will not go unnoticed. The dark night of oppression will soon end and the mission of Burhan Wani Shaheed and millions of other martyrs will be completed.

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