Hailing the nation for abiding by the program, joint resistance forum on Sunday said that conscious and honorable nations can't afford to forget the sacrifices of their loved ones.
In a joint statement issued to KNS, the leaders including Hurriyat (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani, Hurriyat (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Molvi Umar Farooq and JKLF chief, Muhammad Yasin Malik said that "market rush, dense transport and hustle and bustle should not be mistaken by our crude oppressor and their renegades that we have forgotten their brutality or our goal of freedom has gone out of our sight."
Leaders said that overwhelming admiration and commitment of the people is a clear message for the traitors that our resistance is not our hobby, but a willful and mindful passion for our basic right, right to self-determination and it will continue and intensify with each passing phase of our movement.
Joint resistance leaders said that "iron hand of authorities continues to punch us, their repressive measures are on its peak, hunt of populace continues unabated, our old and fragile senior citizens are ruthlessly tortured and revenged in these cold chilly days, negating their own rhetoric and parroting of the peace and tranquility."
They said that not only people but leaders continue to be caged and those in outside jails are repeatedly harassed by the communal jail staff to satisfy their "Collective conscience".
Leaders said that seasonal croaks every now and then land in the valley to know the "aspirations of the people" and share the "pain and agony" but neither "Delhi sarkar seems to be interested in healing our wounds, nor these faceless stooges holding the brutal portraits of their masters, bother about our miseries."
The leaders said that "our incarcerated youth bear the brunt of 'battle of ideas' while elderly facing PSAs 'glorify' the tall claims of 'defenders of human rights'."
They further said that those who joined hands with the mindset claiming the demonetization as the solution of Kashmir uprising fled to the winter capital to "parrot and praise the Indian democracy", leaving the velleyties at the "mercy of dark and chilly winter with our own resources snatched and forcing us to plead with a begging bowl."
Condemning the continuous spree of burning of schools, they said "we are deeply concerned about these destructive measures as those indulged in such activities are neither the well wishers of the movement nor the Kashmiri society."
"We stand by our demand and resolve that such elements should be exposed and dealt with accordingly. Pro-freedom leaders appealed to the people that they should follow resistance program in letter and spirit to convey in more than clear terms to the oppressors that we will continue to fight for our right, right to self-determination and our resistance will be strengthen with each passing phase of our movement."