People, pro-freedom leadership must isolate black sheep: Aasiya Andrabi
Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) Syeda Aasiya Andrabi today appreciated the Government of Pakistan's move to send its 22 parliamentarians as envoys to different countries to highlight the Kashmir issue and the ongoing "aggression" by New Delhi on people of Jammu and Kashmir.
"This is a welcome step taken by the Pakistan government. Pakistan has always highlighted the Kashmir issue and what people here have been facing under the forcible control of Kashmir. Once again it is Pakistan which is making all efforts to help the oppressed Kashmiris by taking our voices to the international community," Aasiya Andrabi, said in a statement today.
"It is also the moral obligation of Pakistan to help Kashmiris to take this movement to its logical conclusion. The people should not to be misled by the propaganda against the people and the resistance leadership unleashed by the government of India and its puppet government. GoI and its puppets are frustrated as they feel that they are losing the ground in Kashmir with every passing day. They have begun to feel that their 70-year-old forcible control of Kashmir is under threat and that is why they are trying every possible trick to extend it," Aasiya said.
"That is the reason that they are trying to discredit the resistance leadership among the people and the people among the resistance leadership," she said.
She appealed people to remain steadfast and not let this movement die down. "There is an utter need that people as well as the resistance leadership expose and isolate the black sheep present in their ranks. These black sheep will try to use every tactic to sabotage what we have achieved and will achieve by pursuing this pious movement. We have to be extra vigilant so that the evil designs of these evil persons can be failed at all levels," she said, urging the resistance leadership to keep a close eye on the developments on the "deceptive announcements" about talks by the Government of India.