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JKSM wants withdrawal of troops, black laws from IOK

Srinagar, March 18, 2014 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement has said that safety of the Kashmiris cannot be guaranteed in the presence of hundreds of thousands of Indian troops and black laws in the territory.

While paying glowing tributes to the martyred student, Farhat Hussain Dar, who was killed by Indian forces at Naidkhai in Bandipora, the JKSM Chairman, Zafar Akbar Butt in a statement issued in Srinagar said, “Until there is no withdrawal of forces and repeal of black laws, no commission announced by India or its puppet authorities can guarantee justice to the victim families in Kashmir.”

“Kashmir dispute is an internationally-recognized dispute and till securing our right to self determination, the people of Jammu and Kashmir will keep offering sacrifices for its peaceful resolution,” spokesman quoting Butt said.

“India must acknowledge the disputed nature of Kashmir conflict and must shun policy of changing the nature of conflict by elections and by other political games,” he added.

Since 1947 India continues with the policy of election drama in territory; however, it failed to change the nature of Kashmir dispute,” Butt further said.

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