Peace in region a dream without resolution of Kashmir Issue: Tehreek e Hurriyat

Peace in region a dream without resolution of Kashmir Issue: Tehreek e Hurriyat

Srinagar: Tehreek e Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir Tuesday cautioned India and Pakistan to take up rational approach with respect to Jammu and Kashmir and said until the issue is addressed as per the aspiration of people of the State there are less chances of prevalence of political stability in the region.
In a statement issued on Monday, the Hurriyat spokesman said that a resolution was unanimously passed in the executive council of Tehreek e Hurriyat under the Chairmanship of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, in which the Chairman apprised both India and Pakistan that stability and prosperity of both the countries will remain a dream until the Kashmir issue is resolved. The resolutions adopted and passed said that bilateral talks between the two neighboring countries may serve some provisional and material gains for both “but will not serve any purpose if the prime party and their aspiration were ignored”. The resolution said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir constitute its principal party to the issue and any solution forced against the aspirations of the people won’t be accepted nor could people be forced to give off or call back their struggle.The executive council under the chairmanship of Syed Ali Geelani appealed India and Pakistan to abnegate their stubborn approach and on the other hand Pakistan was called to adopt responsible, affectionate and realistic approach.
The resolution passed, explicitly stated that Jammu and Kashmir neither remained a part of India nor is now a part of India and that “the present turmoil in state is an outcome of subjugation”. “The State was handed over to India through deceitful politics”.
The executive council unanimously declared that India is subjugating the genuine voice through its arrogance, abjuration, and military power and plays foxy politics. “New Delhi with its multidimensional methods has unleashed a reign of terror and under the agenda of cultural aggression sponsors and patronizes waywardness, nudity and promotes drug intoxication among youth”. “They in order to overpower the sentiments of youth brought over changes in the education system. The mass killing and rehabilitation of outsiders in the State is their game plan and agencies are hell-bent to change the demography of the State,” the resolution stated. Executive council in its resolution while clearing its stand observed that the people of Jammu and Kashmir are not against the Amaranth Yatra but stressed that the Yatra needed to be managed on Uttarakhand pattern and be limited to 15 days with a limited number of yatris. “India is politicizing the religious pilgrimage and under its garb instigates its sinister designs and political agenda”.Resolution also said that natural resources and forests are at the verge of extinction and power resources were exploited by the Delhi government and its forces with 28 lakh kanals of agricultural and forest land being occupied by forces.
Lamenting at state administration the executive council in its resolution said that role played by local administration is shocking and unacceptable and there is no justification for the immoral and unconstitutional detention of its chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani.
taking strong note of continuous detention of Its chairman Syed Ali Geelani, the executive council in an unanimous voice castigated the role played by authorities and added that there is no justification for the immoral and unconstitutional detention of its chairman.
Tehreek Hurriyat in its appeal has urged people to extend their support for ongoing movement and follow the teachings of Holy Qur’an and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) with devotion and sincere heart.


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