India will never succeed to conquer Kashmiris through military might: Gulzar



In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) senior leader, Ghulam Ahmed Gulzar, has said that Kashmir is not an integral part of India but an internationally recognized dispute.

Ghulam Ahmed Gulzar in a statement issued in Srinagar said India will never succeed to conquer Kashmiris through use of its military might and the Kashmiris will never allow RSS to impose its devilish Hindutva agenda in IIOJK.

He said killing of innocent Kashmiris, inhuman and degrading torture, random arrest, sealing of properties, bulldozing of houses, imposition of taxes, termination of Kashmiri employees and molestation of womenfolk and other heinous crimes have become order of the day in IIOJK. India has turned the occupied territory into the most militarized zone of the world and its over one million troops are trampling everything under jackboots, he added.

Ghulam Ahmed Gulzar said besides using brute force, conspiracies are also hatched to snatch the identity, culture and resources of the Kashmiris. Since 5th August, 2019 the Modi regime has been hell bent to destroy everything and turn Kashmir into a graveyard. But the resilient Kashmiris are showing great courage, determination and steadfastness to counter Hindutva forces, he maintained.

He said that Kashmiris have yet again proved that their passion for freedom is invincible and indomitable. He said the great resistance, shown by Kashmiris, have frustrated India and it is brutalizing Kashmiris with atrocious vengeance. He said Kashmiris have defeated India and the day is not far away when Kashmiris will break shackles of slavery and force India to quit.

Ghulam Ahmed Gulzar appreciated the efforts of Kashmir diaspora for promoting Kashmir cause at international level and urged them to accelerate their efforts to expose the ugly face of India. He also thanked Pakistan for its consistent support and said Pakistan is benefactor and real ambassador of the Kashmiris and hoped that Pakistan would not continue its moral, political and diplomatic support to the Kashmiris but would also expedite its efforts for the peaceful settlement of the lingering Kashmir dispute.—KMS