Kashmir rally vows continued fight
Muzaffarabad, Feb 4: The Kashmiri militant organi¬zations Thursday resolved to continue their fight in Jammu & Kashmir urging Pakistan not to ‘impede jehad if cannot support it.’
“Jehad must continue in Jammu & Kashmir unless India ends occupation. If the rulers of Pakistan cannot back Kashmiris, they should not create hurdles in their way. They will tackle India,” said one of the several resolu¬tions adopted at the ‘Jammu Kashmir solidarity confer¬ence’ amidst emotional slogan shouting- ‘Tera Nagar Mera Nagar Srinagar Srinagar’.
A large number Kash¬miri refugees, supporters of Jamaat-ud-Dawa and mili¬tancy and people from vari¬ous walk of life attended the conference held in the vast lawns of a private hotel.
The conference was attended by militant com¬manders including deputy chairman Jehad Council Muhammad Usman, Ameer Al-Badar Mujahideen Bakht Zameen, Secretary General UJC Sheikh Jameel-ur-Reh¬man, Professor Shahbuddin Madni, Uzair Ghazali, Mufti Muhammad Asghar, Farooq Qureshi and others.
Another resolution demanded an end to ban on Jehadi organizations in Paki¬stan and urged for practical steps for freedom of Jammu and Kashmir instead of observing one minute silence on February five on the Kash¬mir solidarity day.
The resolution demanded restoration of bases for Kash¬miris in PaK.
The conference also appre¬ciated China’s visa policy for Kashmir and urged Pakistanis to play their part for the ‘liber¬ation of Kashmir’ as it is their jugular vein. It demanded APHC should spurn differ¬ences for the larger interests of Kashmiri nation.
The conference also urged to abort trade and friendship agreements between the two countries warning that Kash¬miris did not render sacrifice of one hundred thousand lives for trade of onion and tomatoes.
Addressing the confer¬ence, Hizbul Mujhideen chief and chairman UJC, Syed Salahuddin, declared that jehad was the only way to resolve the Kashmir dispute as dialogues between India and Pakistan over Kashmir had remained fruitless.
“Target-oriented attacks in Jammu & Kashmir is only option left for Kashmiris to achieve freedom from India as dispute will not be resolved by begging peace and making appeals to international com¬munity,” Salahuddin told the conference.
He said Muhajideen fight¬ing against invaders in the mountains of Afghanistan and Kashmir are fighting a war of Pakistan’s survival and security.
“The forces of 36 NATO countries with an annual budget of one trillion dol¬lars are for dismembering Pakistan because nuclear Pakistan is unacceptable to them,” he said. He demanded an immediate stop to the use of force against people in tribal areas terming them as unpaid soldiers of Pakistan.
He categorically rejected the involvement of Muja¬hideen in Mumbai attacks and suicide attacks in Pakistan.
Former ISI chief Hameed Gul in his address said India wanted to turn Pakistan into a desert by building dams and storing water of River Neelum, Jhelum and Chenab.
He predicted that a his¬torical incident is going to happen in near future in the shape of defeat of US and NATO in Afghanistan which will change the scenario of world politics.
He said that Muslims respect human beings instead of massacring the humanity in the name of war on terror.
Speaker PaK Legislative Assembly, Shah Ghulam Qadir while speaking to the conference believed that a decisive time for Kashmir has arrived.
JuD’s chief of Pakistan-administered Kashmir chapter, Abdul Aziz Alvi, addressed the gathering and vowed to continue support¬ing “the freedom movement in Kashmir.”
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