76th Pakistan Day
Srinagar—Greeting the Pakistan government, Army and the people of Pakistan on the Pakistan Resolution Day, Hurriyat (G) Wednesday said the Pakistan has a political importance in the Muslim world and this country is centre of hope not only for the Sub-continent but for the whole Muslim Ummah.
Hurriyat (G) said the creation of Pakistan has proven to be a great blessing for the Muslims and we should thank Almighty Allah for that.
In a statement, Hurriyat (G) spokesman Ayaz Akbar said, “The blessing day of March 23 is such an important day when a resolution was passed for creation of separate nation for the Muslims some 75 years back. It was the time when this kind of thinking was considered as impossible and the fanatic communal forces were harshly opposing this move but the determination of the leadership of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and the Muslims made this impossible act as possible and practicable and added a country in the world map which has been established on the basis of ideology instead of geography.”
Hurriyat (G) spokesman said the ‘fanatic politics of the communal forces of India, their mentality and the miserable condition of the Indian Muslims are the living proofs that the demand for creation of Pakistan was a right decision and if it would not have happened, the condition of the Muslims of the Sub-continent would had been worse and the majority community would had overlapped them.”
He said the existence of Pakistan gives a ‘sense of security to the Indian Muslims and even if they won’t express it they consider this country as their benefactor.’
Hurriyat (G) wished stability, development and prosperity to Pakistan and said this country is although facing numerous challenges on its internal and external fronts but “we hope this country will soon overcome the crises and plays a leadership role in the Muslim world.”
Hurriyat (G) spokesman said that a Hurriyat delegation led by Syed Ali Geelani will participate in the March 23 function at the Pakistan High Commission, New Delhi which has been called to celebrate the Pakistan Resolution Day.—RK