Endorse resistance movement of Kashmiris: Nayeem to GoI
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 26: Jammu Kashmir National Front chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan has asked the international community and civil society to urge the Government of India to endorse the democratic resistance movement of Kashmiris so that they can decide their political future.
In a statement, Nayeem appealed to the people to observe a complete shutdown on Thursday, October 27 to show to the world that killings, custodial disappearances, detentions and all sorts of atrocities have not succeeded in suppressing their freedom sentiment.
“Kashmiris are the victims of the longest dispute, but the GoI has not even succeeded in crushing the freedom sentiment of the people and the ongoing democratic resistance movement is an eye opener not only for the International community, but also for the democracy loving civil society of India”.
Nayeem appealed to the people to observe October 27 as black day as they had been observing it since last 64 years.
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