Asks youth to remain vigilant of elements with vested interests
SRINAGAR: Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) Syeda Aasiyeh Andrabi on Friday said the government didn’t allow prayers in Dargah Hazratbal and all the Jamia mosques by imposing strict curfew across the Valley. She said the Indian forces unleashed a reign of brute force on the people who tried to carry out processions while as most of the population was not allowed to move out from homes.
In a statement issued to press, Aasiyeh said “the puppet government is so much scared of the people’s movement that it banned prayers in Jamia masjid and all the central mosques.”
“We want to make it clear to these rulers who are drenched in arrogance that this sacred movement will bring out a revolution which will sway them completely. These rulers will meet a fateful doom,” she said.
The DeM chief hailed Pakistan’s present role with regard to Kashmir and expressed hope that Pakistan’s foreign office will enhance its efforts in this regard by canvassing the world opinion in favour of Kashmiris’ right to self-determination so that international pressure is mounted on India to give the people of Kashmir their birth right.
She said the Muslims of Jammu Kashmir have pledged that until the freedom struggle is taken to its logical conclusion, they will not rest and that the sacrifices of martyrs won’t be allowed to go waste.
Aasiyeh stressed on youth not to let the anti-movement people enter into their ranks but follow the protest programme given out by the pro-freedom leadership.
Referring to various incidents of attack on journalists and doctors by some elements with vested interests, the DeM chief said these incidents would defame the ongoing movement. “It is our collective responsibility to distinguish between friends and foes and anyone trying to do such activity that harms our struggle is our enemy. We have to be vigilant of these elements and have to foil the nefarious designs of all those hypocrites (Abdullah bin Ubbays) by strictly following the pro-freedom leadership’s programme,” Aasiyeh added