Publish Date: Oct 12 2012 12:00PM
Srinagar, Oct 11: The chief patron of Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi on Thursday said Pakistan should restore the role of Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) government as revolutionary government in exile.
“I endorse the viewpoint of the Jama’at-e-Islam Pakistan administered Kashmir chief Abdul Rasheed Turabi that it is imperative that Pakistan restores the role of PaK government as a revolutionary government in exile, having the onus of endeavouring steadfastly for the liberation of Kashmir,” said Inqilabi in a statement today.
“New Delhi continues to be monomaniac in their atoot ang mantra. They continue to glamorize and sanctify the farcical and sham elections of Kashmir Valley notwithstanding the fact that India and Pakistan fought four battles in the past 65 years. They know that uncompromising freedom votaries of Kashmir created unprecedented situation in South Asia through three phases of guerrilla warfare. They do realize that the political resistance leaders of Kashmir including Syed Ali Geelani are adroitly and dexterously roping in the revolutionary youth of Kashmir for a peaceful democratic resistance. So it is high time that the New Delhi divested itself of obduracy, intransigence and stubbornness and facilitated a tripartite discourse on Kashmir, release of the Kashmir detainees, repeal the draconian laws like AFSPA, PSA etc,” said Inqilabi, adding that “That is how durable peace can be guaranteed in South Asia.”