SRINAGAR: Expressing concern over the government of India’s plans of building structures for “homeless” in J&K under its ‘National Urban Livelihood Mission’, Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) president, Syeda Aasiya Andrabi, on Friday termed it as New Delhi’s ploy to “fulfill its wicked agenda”.
In a statement issued here, Aasiya said after majority population of J&K protested and failed government’s plan of setting up of Hindu colonies and settlement of refugees, “the occupiers are now exploring new ways of fulfilling their wicked agenda”.
“On one hand, India is brutally killing Kashmiris and destroying their homes and on the other side, it pretends to be their well-wisher. Kashmiris are not homeless. By the grace of Allah, we are bestowed with big or small houses and no state subject is compelled to sleep on footpaths. Even if there were some homeless people in J&K and India wanted to rehabilitate them without any hidden agenda, then the non-state subjects should not have been made eligible to get benefit of this doubtful scheme,” she said.
Andrabi chief accused India of “overtly or covertly trying to settle the non-state subject Hindus in the state and change its demography”. “The state’s Muslim majority will never allow any such move. People must remain cautious and also the resistance leadership must aware people about India’s ill designs,” she said.
Aasiya appealed the Muslim officers to “realise that you are first the sons of this soil and then slaves of the occupier. You should fulfill your duties towards your nation by keeping an eye on the India’s ill-plans which are devised in New Delhi and shaped in secretariat”.
Meanwhile, the DeM chief while reacting to NC patron, Farooq Abdullah’s statement that Kashmiris love Pakistan said he (Farooq) “has finally accepted what every sane person knows”.
“It is clear that Kashmir is a natural part of Pakistan and its people are in love with that country since its creation. Pro-India politicians may not openly accept this bitter truth due to fear of losing power and perks from India but by heart they know what Kashmiris are up to,” she said.
Aasiya said Farooq Abdullah is a “non-serious” person “who can say anything tomorrow contrary to what he said today”.