Muzaffarabad: Hundreds of people from kashmiri Militants and Migrants attended a rally against the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi aganist visit of Srinagar here on Saturday to express solidarity with their brethren protesting across the Line of Control (LoC). The rally was organized by Pasban-e-Hurriyat, an Kashmiri Migrants organization headed by Uzari Ahmad Gazali.
The participants shouting “Go India, go back (from Kashmir),” and they walked from Press Club to Afzal Guru Chowk in Domel. demanding “Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) and Shiv Sena should be declared as terrorist organizations.”
According to Kashmir daily GK Apart from KashmirI militants and migrants , Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) Minister for Finance Chaudhry Latif Akbar, Legislative Assembly Deputy Speaker Shaheen Kousar Dar, Jamaat ud Dawa AJK chapter ameer Maulana Abdul Aziz Alvi and Pasban-e-Hurriyat leader Uzair Ahmed Ghazali were also among the participants.
Addressing the rally United Jihad Council (UJC) chairman and Hizbul Mujahideen head syed salahuddin said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi led Government in Delhi has no lost love for the Kashmiris and all he and BJP interested in the land and resources of Kashmir.
“Modi’s appearance in Srinagar amounts to rubbing salt into the wounds of the oppressed Kashmiris, salahuddin added.
Hizbul Mujahideen chief commander was of the view that by visiting Kashmir, Modi also wanted to hoodwink the international community that Kashmiris stood by India. However, he said, the fresh wave of atrocities and crackdown on pro-freedom leadership and people was a proof in itself that the Kashmiris and India were poles apart. Salahuddin made it clear that India would not be able to perpetuate its military occupation of Kashmir.
“At a time when India is constantly frustrating all peaceful means for settlement of this longstanding issue, the only option left for the Kashmiris is to continue jihad,” he said, adding, “Our fight will continue till the eviction of last Indian soldier from the soil of Kashmir.”
The UJC chief also took strong exception to the Jammu Kashmir chief minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed for according “red carpet reception” to the “killer of Muslims” but paid rich tributes to the conscientious Indian writers, actors and civil society activists for returning awards to the government in protest.