Srinagar | Apr 6 : Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Geelani returned back after spending two month in Delhi for medical obligations.
On his arrival hundreds of people and party activists thronged to his Hyderpora Office turned residence to welcome Geelani.
While addressing the congregation he appealed the nation to show steadfastness and unity to achieve the “freedom from the occupation”.
He said people across the Jammu and Kashmir showing neither happiness nor any kind of interest about government ceremonies instead of that they continue showing incredible affiliation with the freedom fighters.
Geelani said the way people showing tremendous respect and participation in militant funerals is a loud and clear message for India that Kashmiris never bow down in front of any kind of brute force.
He lambasted the pro-Indian parties are responsible for all miseries which we are facing since 1931.
He said it was Sheikh Abdullah who converted Muslim Conference into National Conference which was the starter of their slavery in actual terms. The Hurriyat chairman said, “We are not in favour of any kind of bloodshed and believe in political solution under the charters of United Nations. But Indian stubborn approach will lead this entire region in general and Jammu Kashmir in particular to destruction,” he said.
Showing dismay over the brewing NIT Srinagar incident, Geelani stressed upon the students to concentrate on their studies. Further he said non local students are their guests and should always be welcomed with warm hearts. But Geelani at the same time advised the non-local students that they also need to go through the gravity of internationally recognized disputed nature of Jammu and Kashmir.
“Raising Indian flags within or outside the premises only disturbs academic and professional environment. Kashmiri students every now and then are targeted outside the valley on the behest of RSS and other communal forces and this practice should be stopped else it will have serious consequences on ground,” he said.
2015 Kashmir Despatch