Geelani pays tributes to slain militants

“In Myanmar those, fighting for decades for democracy, even they threaten the life and honour their Muslim population.

Srinagar, Publish Date: Dec 10 2018 12:27AM | Updated Date: Dec 10 2018 12:27AM
Geelani pays tributes to slain militantsFile Photo

Paying glorious tributes to slain militants at Mujgund here, Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani said that “the youth are sacrificing their precious lives to end the forcible control of their nation and we are duty bound to carry their mission to its logical conclusion”.

“Since past three decades, our nation while nourishing freedom movement and demanding their right to self-determination, has presented huge sacrifices, however New Delhi with its military might, brutally killed thousands of innocent people,” Geelani said in a statement. 

“New Delhi’s haughty and stubborn approach is responsible for continuous bloodshed in the state. We are a peaceful nation and frequent incidents of encounters resulting into the martyrdom of youth, is a matter of serious concern for us,”he said. 

Meanwhile on the occasion of “World Human Rights Day”, Geelani in a statement said that the UNHRC was established in 1948, to safeguard the individual and collective human rights throughout the world to ensure global peace and tranquility, “but unfortunately it has failed to uphold its own slogan.”

“In Myanmar those, fighting for decades for democracy, even they threaten the life and honour their Muslim population. Hundreds of Rhohingia Muslims are being burned alive and thousands are forced to leave their homeland. But world champions of peace and human rights voices are muted. They are comatose and unmoved but still celebrate the human rights day on 10th December each year,” he said. 

“In India too, hundreds of seminars and symposiums will be held throughout the country, worst enemies of humanities and human blood suckers will be distinguished in such events, but so-called world’s largest “democracy” has forcibly controlled our unfortunate land and has deprived us from our religious, political and social rights for last seven decades,” he added.

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