Gilani urges UN to resolve Kashmir dispute

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Srinagar: In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC), Syed Ali Gilani has urged the United Nations to put pressure on India for resolving the lingering Kashmir dispute.
Syed Ali Gilani said that hundreds of youth have been booked under draconian Public Safety Act (PSA) and shifted to jails outside Kashmir, multiplying their psychological and financial constrains of their families. Many pro-freedom activists are languishing in jails along with their kids, he added.
He said: “Economically India continues to punch us forcefully, breaking open the houses, destroying everything even the household items, burning of food grains, damaging the fruit-laden trucks and blocking their entry at Banihal Tunnel at evenings to satisfy the blood lust of their enraged masses, so that we line up on their doorsteps with a begging bowl.”
The APHC Chairman said the Indian oppressive tools have been in use for the last 70 years and those not tamed by these mechanics are pressed hard, either to yield or to break. The aggressor with the passage of time manages to foster and rear a hatchery of yes-men who go a step further in implementing their master’s writ, even at the cost of blood and flesh of their own population,” he deplored.
“They portray and impersonate their atrocities, war machinery in such a way that their masters in Delhi are also taken by surprise. To hide their blood drenched hands, the ugly scars of the worst kind of state-terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, India rulers have time and again orchestrated and devised such plans as that of a “Surgical Strike” so that whole focus and concentration drifts away from the 70 years long struggle of self-determination in Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.
“Their jingoistic and ultra-nationalistic media fumes the flames further by their venomous and sadistic vocabulary inseminating the “fertile” brains of their collective conscience. Recent uproar and war mongering was nothing but a desperate attempt to put a smoke-screen on the 90-day bloody uprising in Kashmir,” he added.