Kashmiris have not given sacrifices for onion, tomato trade: Salahudin
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Muzaffarabad, Apr 18: The chairman of United Jehad Council and supreme commander of Hizbul Mujahideen Syed Salahuddin said Sunday that Kashmiris have not given sacrifices for onion and tomato trade.
“Kashmiris have given sacrifices for ending Indian subjugation and not for onion and tomato trade,” Salahuddin said addressing a memorial meeting to commemorate sacrifices of Chaudary Siraj-ud Din of Karnah and his two sons who were killed by troops in Kashmir in 2003.
He urged the world community to act and not remain mere spectator.
“Peace would not return to the region unless Kashmir dispute was resolved,” he added.
Chairman Tehreek Hurriyat Syed Ali Shah Geelani urged government of Pakistan to play decisive role in resolving Kashmir dispute.
In a telephonic address, Geelani said that Pakistan and PaK governments should continue their political, moral and diplomatic support to Kashmir cause.
Jamiat Mujahideen’s General Abdullah, Abdul Aziz Alvi of Jamiat ud Dawa addressed the gathering over phone. Abdullah laid emphasis on solution of Kashmir dispute in accordance with the wishes of Kashmiris.
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