Hizb founder’s book to shed light on ‘realities of armed struggle’
Will Continue To Work For Meaningful Solution To Kashmir: Master Ahsan Dar
Baramulla, Dec 26: A day after his release, one of the founders of militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen, Master Muhammad Ahsan Dar, Wednesday said he would “continue to work for a meaningful solution to the Kashmir issue and will come up with a future program in this regard after a month.”
“After consulting people from different shades of life, I will chalk out a program aimed to end the political din on Kashmir. My wealth is my people who have supported me all these years. Their suggestion is important to me. At the same time if I won't find my role in the present landscape, I will prefer to remain silent," Dar said.
Dar said he has written a book titled 'Crisis in command’ which is yet to be published. “This book will address several questions which are yet to be answered,” he said.
He said the book would reflect the “realities of armed struggle, its basic founders and the sacrifices of unsung heroes.”
On creation of Hizbul Mujahideen outfit, Dar said “Hizb was created by me and Sheikh Abdul Waheed after it was established that Late Abdul Gani Lone is associated with JKLF which was against our conscience. That is the real reason for the formation of Hizbul Mujahideen.”
Struggling with multiple ailments, Dar said the “dialogue process is not an untouchable disease and the 64-year-old dispute needs to be addressed through a meaningful dialogue.”
He said that any dialogue aimed to resolve the Kashmir should be welcome by all so that people interested in talks can project their voice and concerns on a bigger canvas.
Dar said the armed struggle in J&K was started by Ansar-ul-Islam and JKLF. He said “Ansar was led by Nasir-ul-Islam and me, Muhammad Anwar Bhat of Handwara and others were associated with the outfit.”
He said after the arrival of first group of JKLF, they stood on the forefront.
Arrested first time in 1988 from a Falah-eAaam Trust-aided school, Master Ahsan Dar has spent most of his life in prison. He escaped from a hospital in 1989 after being brought from central jail for a health check up.
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