Dukhtaran says Modi calling for ‘unified war’ on Kashmiris

Dukhtaran says Modi calling for ‘unified war’ on Kashmiris

SRINAGAR: Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Syedah Aasiyeh Andrabi, on Monday said that Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi’s appeal for ‘unity’ and ‘love’ in dealing with Kashmir was a call for “the Indian political parties and their stooges in Kashmir to crush the ongoing resistance movement”.
“Modi in this programme used two words ‘ekta aur mamta’. In actuality, he meant that all the Indian mainstream politicians and their stooges have to come together to crush the ongoing resistance movement and to extend the illegal occupation of JK as long as they can,” she said in a statement issued here.
She said that there was a need to understand these “sinister Indian policies”.
“We must know how Modi was addressing his so-called nationalistic constituency and was calling for a unified policy and counter attack on the resistance movement. This statement also clarifies the fact that it is India’s national policy to continuously keep occupying JK illegally,” she added.
She said Modi has sent to all pro-India politicians a “silent message” that “they, under a well-planned strategy, have to crush this ongoing resistance movement by all means”.
“This is a call for a unified war on the people JK,” she said.
She said that “this aggressive tactic” has to be countered with “equally aggressive measures”.
“For the past 52 days, we have been unanimously struggling against the Indian aggression, but the need is the people as well as the leadership further strengthens this unity and gives a befitting reply to Modi,” she said.
“The message that we are united to free Kashmir from the illegal Indian occupation must go out loud and clear. There has to be no confusion or ambiguity in it,” she added.

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