India will split up owing to its unbridled atrocities in held Kashmir
Muzaffarabad—Chief of Jamaat-e-Islami, Siraj-ul-Haq has said that Pakistan is going to remain incomplete until accession of Kashmir. The political party has led a rally from Muzaffarabad to Chakothi as Kashmir observes black day on Independence Day of India Monday.
Addressing the participants before moving on with the rally, Siraj said that Pakistan was fighting for Kashmiris’ cause on all platforms possible. Freedom movement of Kashmir was lit up by the locals with their blood (sacrifices).
He reiterated the resolve that Kashmiris would eventually attain freedom from oppressive India. Siraj-ul-Haq said India will further be split up owing to its unbridled atrocities in Indian held Kashmir.
Narendra Modi, Indian Prime Minister is known across the world for murder of Muslims and minorities and sabo-taging their rights on all levels possible, he said urging the government to expose Indian network and role in terror attacks in Pakistan.
Azad Kashmir Prime Minister, Raja Farooq Haider also addressed the participants of rally and stated that the free-dom movement has entered the conclusive phase.
No matter how intensely Indian resorts to aggression, Kashmiris would win freedom in the end, premier Haider added. He stressed the need of a stable Pakistan for accession of Kashmir.
The people of the valley observed black day on Monday in response to Indian Independence Day celebrations. It should also be mentioned here that Sikhs in the United States are also observing black day on Monday and the community had offered Pakistan government to help Sikhs acquire a separate homeland, proposed by the name of Khalistan, for their support of Kashmir accession in return.
On the other hand, Indian troops have raised number of human rights violations in Kashmir by resorting to unjust oppression and coercive methods to sabotage the movement. The fresh clashes came to light after Burhan Wani, a freedom fighter was martyred by the aggressive troops for fighting for right to determination.—NNI