Salahuddin takes exception to return of Kashmiris from PaK
Warns Resistance Movement Spill Over To Other Kashmir
‘NOT AGAINST CROSS-LOC TRADE’
Muzaffarabad, Mar 24: Chairman United Jehad Council and Supreme Commander Hizbul Mujahideen Syed Salahuddin on Saturday took ‘exception to attempts by some Kashmiris to return to Kashmir through the Line of Control or International border out of problems and difficulties in Pakistan administered Kashmir.’
“The most precious thing for a human being is honour and dignity. I put curse for one thousand times on those who return to Kashmir in a way they have to surrender before and seek forgiveness from the enemy and go behind the bars,” said Salahuddin addressing a school function at Basnara village, a dwelling of Kashmiri refugees to the south of PaK capital.
“We will return but with weapons and flag of freedom in our hands. Let me declare once again that Allah willing the armed struggle of Kashmiri Mujahideen will continue. The political struggle of Kashmiri people will also continue under the guidance of sincere and unified political leadership and the diplomatic struggle will be carried forward by the Kashmiri expatriates,” said Salahuddin.
“But, the deciding front which will compel India’s 750,000 army to quit our motherland is the Jihadi front,” he said.
“There is no other option and there cannot be any compromise or concession on it,” he added.
Recounting the sacrifices by Kashmiri men, women and children in the face of atrocities, he declared that no one would be allowed to betray their movement.
Salahuddin said that militant leadership was not opposed to trans-Kashmir trade but added that there should not be any misconception that the trans-LoC travel or trade was a “blessing of the sacrifices of Kashmiris.”
“Let the trade continue as long as it continues with honesty and uprightness,” he said.
However, he avowed that the day Kashmiris realised that the trade was causing detrimental effect on their primary cause, it would not continue for a single moment.
“Our basic demand is complete withdrawal of Indian troops and no other solution, no other formula is acceptable to Kashmiris,” he added.
“The struggle will continue until the people of Jammu and Kashmir will decide their fate through a free plebiscite after withdrawal of Indian troops,” Salahuddin said.
Salahuddin expressed the hope that people of Pakistan would stand by the Kashmiris.
“The resistance movement in Kashmir was Pakistan’s first defence line and if it got weak due to Islamabad’s weak policies, the battle being fought in Kashmir could spill over to PaK,” he warned.
He said Pakistan’s economy could not strengthen without solution to Kashmir issue.
“This is why Quaid-e-Azam had termed Kashmir as Pakistan’s jugular vein,” he added.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 24 Mar 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 24 Mar 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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