Oct 27 bleakest chapter in Kashmir history: UJC chief
NISAR AHMED THOKAR
Islamabad, Oct 25: Terming 27 October as one of the bleakest chapters in Kashmir history, the Chairman of United Jihad Council and supreme commander of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen Syed Salahuddin has said that Kashmiris have never accepted New Delhi’s control on their soil.
Salahuddin while addressing a high level meeting of the UJC said Kashmiris have been fighting for their Right to Self Determination for past 62-years. “Despite facing all odds Kashmiris have remained firm on their resolve. During these years thousands of innocent civilians were killed by forces and hundreds have been subjected to enforced disappearances.”
“Forces have taken control over hundreds and thousands of acres of agricultural and forest land while on the other it was hoodwinking the international community by harping about so-called peace process,” he said.
Extending Eid greetings to Muslim Ummah and Kashmiri nation in particular, he urged the privileged class not to forget underprivileged and needy people on this joyous occasion.
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