Humiliating defeat is destiny of India in IIOJK: GA Gulzar

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Humiliating defeat is the destiny of India even if New Delhi deploys its entire army in occupied Jammu and Kashmir to suppress the ongoing freedom struggle.

This was stated by incarcerated senior APHC leader Ghulam Ahmed Gulzar in a special message from Srinagar central jail. He said those who live for Almighty Allah and are fighting for a great and sacred cause never fear death, arrests and other brutalities.

The APHC leader said that tactics of fascist Modi regime cannot change the internationally-recognized disputed status of Kashmir as the United Nations Security Council has passed many resolutions on different occasions on the Kashmir issue wherein it has been pledged that the Kashmiris’ political future would be ascertained through right to self-determination.

He said that although UN has failed to implement its resolutions but Kashmiris have not given up and they will continue their struggle against all odds. He said that unresolved Kashmir issue is not only main hurdle in the peace and prosperity in South Asia but Indian rigidity is main cause of bloodshed, poverty and arms race in the region.

Gulzar also expressed serious concern over the stepped up Indian state terrorism in IIOJK.

The APHC leader appreciated the efforts of Kashmiris living abroad in highlighting the Kashmir issue and exposing Indian crimes at international level. He commended the role played by Kashmiri diaspora and Pakistanis living in different countries of the world.

Ghulam Ahmed Gulzar expressed the hope that these unsung heroes will expedite their efforts for the resolution of Kashmir dispute. He also thanked Pakistan for promoting Kashmir cause at all international forums.

APHC AJK chapter leader Haji Muhammad Sultan Butt also deplored the increase in cordon and search operations in the occupied valley. He said that brazen human rights violations are the testimony that India is hell bent on turning Kashmir into a graveyard.—KMS

 

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