Demonstrate unity: JKLF (R) to pro-freedom camp
Srinagar, Jan 10: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (R) chairman, Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bitta Karatey and senior vice-chairman, Javid Ahmad Mir has called upon the pro-freedom leaders and organizations to demonstrate unity and desist from speaking in discordant voices at this crucial juncture of freedom struggle.
Addressing party workers here and welcoming the international community’s stand vis-à-vis Kashmir issue, the duo said the issue had entered the most important phase and at this juncture there was a dire need for unity in the pro-freedom camp. “If we continue to speak in diverse voices and put forth different formulas, it will create confusion and impede the solution of Kashmir,” they said.
“We have suffered a lot due to our vain efforts to take lead over one another from 1990 to 1995. We need to work in unison and direct our efforts, energy and time towards achieving the goal of freedom as otherwise our coming generations will never forgive us,” they said.
Meanwhile, the party has condemned the heckling of High Court Bar Association president, Mian Abdul Qayoom outside a court in Jammu. It paid glowing tributes to Sajjad Ahmad Kenoo on his martyrdom anniversary.
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