Beware of conspiracies: Khan to People
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 13: The Chairman of National Front Nayeem Ahmad Khan on Friday cautioned people about the ‘conspiracies being hatched’ in New Delhi against the ongoing Kashmir movement.
Taking forward his mass contact campaign, Khan while addressing a gathering at Watergam Rafiabad in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district said, “People have rendered precious sacrifices to achieve their goal and it is the duty of common people to safeguard the sacrifices of martyrs.”
Pointing out the conspiracies against the movement, Khan said, “Creating differences among the majority community, creating misunderstandings about the leadership, encouraging anti moral and anti ethical culture and giving bad names to the struggle are some of the conspiracies being hatched by India to sabotage the movement.”
“We are a nation and we have to show collective consciousness in order to defeat the conspiracies,” Khan said.
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