Srinagar, April 8: Senior APHC leader and Jammu Kashmir Peoples League Chairman Mukhtar Ahmad Waza on Friday said that certain forces are trying to communalize NIT Srinagar issue for defaming Kashmiris on international level.
Addressing Friday prayers in Yaripora, Waza urged students to focus on studies and asked Kashmiri students to take lead in restarting the academic activity in the camp and in brining the normalcy.
He was accompanied by senior Hurriyat Leader Javed Ahmad Mir and party leaders including Er Fayaz Ahmad and Jaffer Kashmiri.
“Kashmiris are known for the hospitality all over the world, we are peace loving people, so our students must take lead in brining normalcy in the camps by restarting the academic activity,” he said.
He said that certain forces with puppet government back were trying to politicize and communalize the issue to counter the episodes that took place in Indian colleges and university where Kashmiri students were targeted for their religion, color, eating habits and ongoing freedom struggle.
“Communal forces continue to victimize Kashmiri students which world community is aware of but in order to defame the Kashmiri nation, Indian communal forces with government backing are politicizing and communalizing the issue which we have to counter at any cost,” he said.
Waza told Indian government to throw out all Kashmiri students from Indian colleges and Universities if they don’t like Kashmiri students and their interest of pursuing education.
He also pitched for unity among Hurriyat leadership for countering anti-Kashmir and anti-freedom agenda of communal forces and Indian government.
He said that it was imperative for the top pro-freedom leadership to get united for countering the agenda of divisive elements and forces backed by India and its armed forces.
He urged Pro-freedom leadership to forge unity and chalk-out a joint program and policy for countering anti-Kashmir and anti-freedom agenda of India and its communal forces like RSS.
Waza also condemned the detention of two brothers in Verinag Islamabad and demanded their unconditional release. He said that police is trying to frame the detained in a baseless case.
2015 Kashmir Despatch