Srinagar, February 23, 2019 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC), Syed Ali Gilani, has said that the unrealistic attitude of Indian leadership has created death and destruction in the territory. Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar said that if Kashmir dispute was not resolved amicably, it would continue to pose serious threat to the peace and stability of not only south Asian region but also the entire world.
He said Kashmir is not a territorial dispute between the two neighbouring countries but an issue pertaining to the future of millions of people. He said, “It has always threatened the peace of the entire region creating a situation of uncertainty and political turbulence leading to a war-like situation whenever there is any incident on either side of the Line of Control.” He said that unless this bone of contention between Pakistan and India wasn’t addressed according to the aspirations of Kashmiri people, permanent peace and stability would remain a distant dream.
The APHC Chairman while commenting on the prevailing situation said that a witch-hunt of Kashmiris was on peak throughout India and helpless Kashmiris were tortured, humiliated and ruthlessly beaten with judicial onslaught registering sedition cases against them. “Fascist forces through their uncontrolled goons get sadistic pleasure by repeatedly threatening our existence,” he said, adding time and again such events prove, beyond doubt that forcible and unholy togetherness can never cement any bonds between Kashmiris and Indians.
Syed Ali Gilani said that conscious, sincere and visionary Indians were aware of the fact that military might would not work in addressing Kashmir dispute. He said, “Despite using iron hand, military might, vast intelligence network for last long seven decades, the Indian Government has miserably and desperately failed to crush the sentiment of Kashmiris.”
The APHC Chairman appealed to the world community including the conscious and patriotic Indians to come forward and raise their voice to safeguard Kashmiris and help their own nation not to get fragmented the same way as the fate of USSR in the recent past.
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