Jammu Kashmir National Front (NF) chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan today stressed for unanimous strategy regarding resistance movement and sought UN intervention in resolving Kashmir dispute.
Expressing serious concern over the recent killings and prevailing grim situation in the state, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, in a statement today, said, "We need to rethink and reconsider latest strategies and let all of us vow to carry struggle to its logical end. It is do or die like situation and our mosques can play a pivotal role for ongoing struggle. We are left with no option but to face forces have turned our Valley into a slaughter house."
Highlighting the role played by the mosques, Nayem Khan said, "Let our mosques play the life line for our sacred cause."
Lashing out at state authorities and pro- Indian politicians for their 'treacherous role', Nayeem Khan said, "They are misleading international community."
Hailing the role played by youth, Nayeem Khan said, "Our youth are sensitive enough about political destiny of state and they are not offering sacrifices for mere employment or other amenities."
Hailing the recent statement of Prime Minister Pakistan, Nayeem Khan said, "The authorities in Pakistan need to activate its embassies in world and apprise international community about prevailing situation in Jammu and Kashmir."