India plotting to destroy traditional brotherhood in IIOJK: Devinder

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Srinagar

A delegation of Sikhs led by Advocate Devinder Singh Behl, APHC leader and Chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir Social Peace Forum visited Tral in Pulwama district to meet members of Sikh and Muslim communities in the wake of stepped up killings by Indian secret agencies in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Advocate Behl while addressing a meeting on the occasion urged the Sikhs and Muslims to play their role in maintaining the centuries-old traditions of brotherhood.

The Hurriyat leader said that India and its allies were trying to destroy the traditional brotherhood in occupied Jammu and Kashmir and pitch the Kashmiris against each other to malign the freedom movement.

Advocate Behl said that Narendra Modi’s government was implementing new schemes to divide Kashmiris in order to change the demography in Jammu and Kashmir.

To this end, Modi attacked in the dark of night the identity of Kashmiris on August 5, 2019 and issued domiciles to a large number of non-Kashmiris in violation of international law.

He said that now Indian agencies were making plans to divide the Kashmiri people in the name of Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians.
The Hurriyat leader said that India has forgotten that Kashmiri people are aware of its tricks.

He appealed to the international community to put pressure on India to release Kashmiri leaders and activists lodged in Indian jails.

Advocate Devinder Singh Behl said that Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and unless it is resolved in accordance with UN resolutions and the aspirations of the Kashmiri people, lasting peace in the region cannot be established. He urged India and Pakistan to come forward to resolve the Kashmir dispute through peaceful talks.

The delegation included Satveer Singh, Avtar Singh, Jaitender Singh, Mahendra Singh, Lakveer Singh and others.—KMS

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