India urged to implement UN resolutions on Kashmir
SRINAGAR (IHK): In occupied Kashmir, veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader Syed Ali Gilani has urged India to accept Jammu and Kashmir as a disputed territory and take steps to resolve the dispute over it by implementing the relevant UN resolutions, reports KMS.
Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the Kashmiris would continue their struggle for right to self-determination till its logical end. He pointed out that there would be no peace between Pakistan and India till the dispute over Kashmir was resolved.
As per details, veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani, has urged India to accept Jammu and Kashmir as a disputed territory and take steps to resolve it by implementing the relevant UN resolutions.
Syed Ali Gilani addressing a huge gathering in Bandipora said that the Kashmiris would continue their struggle for self-determination till its logical end. He suggested New Delhi to settle the lingering dispute through talks for the benefit of 40 percent Indian population, which was dying of hunger and live below poverty line.
The veteran Hurriyet leader maintained that the Kashmiris were not against talks but the dialogue should be fruitful. He stated that there would be no peace between Pakistan and India till the Kashmir dispute was not resolved. He appealed to the Kashmiri youth not to pelt stones on Indian police and troops and carry on their liberation struggle peacefully. He said that no trooper was killed during the last year’s uprising but Indian forces had martyred over 118 civilians, mostly youth.
Syed Ali Gilani thanked the people of the occupied territory for supporting the campaign against Dogra certificate. He said that issuance of Dogra certificate was a conspiracy by Indian agencies to divide the Kashmiris but it was due to the public pressure that the puppet administration had to revoke it.
He cautioned the people that New-Delhi appointed interlocutors were also trying to split Jammu and Kashmir on sectarian lines to give an impression that majority of the people were not supporting the freedom movement. He said India was not serious to resolve the Kashmir dispute and was using the process of interlocution as a delaying tactic.
Stating that New Delhi was disturbing the culture and ethos of Jammu and Kashmir at various fronts, the veteran leader said, “On one side India forcibly occupied Jammu and Kashmir and on other efforts are being made to destroy the culture, religion, civilization and social ethos of Kashmir.” He also asked the people not to cast votes during the ongoing Panchayat elections.
APHC leader, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza, addressing a gathering at Muqam in Islamabad said that Kashmir was one of the oldest unresolved disputes of the world and it could be settled through tripartite talks involving Pakistan, India and the genuine Kashmiri leadership.
Member of Indian Parliament and the Chief of Lok Janshakti Party, Ram Vilas Paswan, in a media interview in Srinagar said that the Indian government was not serious to settle the Kashmir dispute. He said that Kashmir was a political problem, which should be resolved politically.