Daughters don’t confine fathers inside their homes: Hurriyat to PDP
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Daughters don’t confine fathers inside their homes: Hurriyat to PDP

A day after the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) appealed to Syed Ali Geelani to treat Mehbooba Mufti as his daughter and give her a chance she deserves, Hurriyat (G) said the Chief Minister has failed to uphold human, national and religious relations with Kashmiris.

A day after the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) appealed to Syed Ali Geelani to treat Mehbooba Mufti as his daughter and give her a chance she deserves, Hurriyat (G) said the Chief Minister has failed to uphold human, national and religious relations with Kashmiris.

"Geelani Sahab is the leader of this nation and he treats every women as his daughters, but how is this "daughter" who feels happy to confine her fatherly figure in his house for years together but don't hesitate to emotionally blackmail him to call for his help whenever her position is threatened," said a spokesman.

He said that as a "father" he had advised the "daughter" against ruining her hereafter for the "comfort and luxury of those who kill and destroy us".

"How long you will suppress you conscious [conscience] and continue to support our killer. Time will come when your inner will curse you for being so but time may not be on your side," he said.

The spokesman added that Kashmiris have three relations with Mehbooba – human, national and religious – "but she has utterly failed to uphold any of these."

"Humanity teaches us to respect and honour the human beings irrespective of their caste, creed or culture, but she by her barbaric armed forces and uncontrolled police has turned this heavenly land into the hell. Here every house is mourning the demise of their loved ones, thereby tarnishing the very fabric of this honourable and pious relation," he said.

Regarding the national relations, the spokesman said that Mehbooba has been "competing with her masters in killing and maiming Kashmiris".

The killing of eight CRPF personnel, he said, had "brought shame on her Muslim identity, but daily ruthless killings of our youth fail to appeal" her conscience to feel "sorry for being [an] Indian collaborator."

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