Be ambassadors of Kashmiris: Malik to NRKs
‘Foil Conspiracies Aimed At Sidelining K-Issue’
Srinagar, Nov 13: Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik, who is presently performing Hajj in Saudia Arabia, has asked Kashmir Diaspora to act as ‘ambassadors of Kashmiris’ by making the international community aware about the sufferings of their brethren.
Malik, according to JKLF spokesman, while addressing members of Kashmir community in Saudi Arabia, said, conspiracies are being hatched to sideline Kashmir issue. “Responsibility lies on those Kashmiris who live outside India and Pakistan to make the world aware about the plight of their brethren. All of us have to work collectively to ensure that conspiracies aimed at freezing the issue are foiled,” Malik said.
Highlighting the Kashmir struggle, he said people have suffered heavily. “It is the responsibility of Non Resident Kashmiris (NRKs) to ensure that international community is made aware about what Kashmiris have faced all these years. We have to be united in portraying our cause and surely we will succeed in our efforts,” he added.
Calling Saudi Arabia as focus of Islamic World, he said Muslims from entire world come to worship here and Kashmiris living here should work for highlighting the cause.
Appealing Saudi Arabia Government to impress upon India and Pakistan to resolve the Kashmir issue, he said, “Saudi Arabia enjoys good relations with both India and Pakistan, It can play a vital role in resolving the vexed issue.”
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