Exert pressure on New Delhi to resolve K-issue: JKLF (R) to US
Srinagar, May 9: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front has appealed to the United States (US) to exert pressure on New Delhi to take effective steps for resolving Kashmir issue in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of its people.
“Being only super power in the world, it is the responsibility of the America to put pressure on New Delhi to resolve Kashmir issue,” said the Front chairman Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bita Karatey while addressing a party meeting here on Wednesday.
The meeting, according to Front statement, discussed at length the prevailing political situation in Kashmir and appealed to the America to issue a deadline to New Delhi to resolve Kashmir issue as it did in case of Iraq and Libya.
“It is imperative for America to play its role in giving freedom to Kashmiris to save them from genocide,” said the spokesman.
Meanwhile, Front has also appealed to the United Nations Secretary General to put pressure on New Delhi to resolve Kashmir issue and put an immediate end to the human rights violations in Kashmir.
Meanwhile, Front has paid glowing tributes to Nisar Ahmad of Neil, Pattan, and Muhammad Ibrahim Janwari of Sopore who recently slain in an encounter with the armed forces at Pattan in Baramulla district of north Kashmir. It has expressed solidarity with their families. It has also paid glowing tributes to advocate Iftikhar alias Mukhtar Gazali, Mushtaq Ahmad Mir and Abdul Ahad Palla on their martyrdom anniversary.
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