Persuade India, Pakistan to resolve-K-issue: Malik to int’l community
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Srinagar, Oct 25: The Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik on Tuesday said the international community should value and respect peaceful struggle of Kashmiris’ and persuade India and Pakistan to resolve Kashmir issue on priority basis.
“The Kashmir issue has become a perpetual potential threat to the peace in the whole world in general and subcontinent in particular,” said Malik while addressing a public meeting organized in memory of Sheikh-ul-Alam Sheikh Noor-ud-Din Noorani (RH) at Chrar-e-Sharief shrine in central Kashmir’s Budgam district.
“We have been struggling for the past over 60 years for our free survival, freedom and determination of future. We have lost our four generations in the struggle for our basic right of freedom and it is still continuing. We are not demanding the moon or the stars from India and international community. We are struggling for determination and stability of our future. But our struggle is being suppressed by unilateral use of violence by the forces,” said Malik.
He threw a detailed light on the life of Sheikh Noor-ud-Din Wali (RH), urging the people to follow the footsteps of this great human being. He urged the people to follow the teachings of Islam in letter in spirit to achieve success in this world and hereafter. “We cannot rid our society of social evils like corruption, moral degradation and immodesty until we follow the footsteps of great ancestors. We cannot ignore the role of our ulema, intellectuals and religious leaders in our character building,” he said.
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