‘Kashmiris suffer, only a bunch of collaborators cultivated by India enjoy luxuries of life’
SRINAGAR: Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani, on Wednesday condemned the continued use of force on pro-freedom protesters across Kashmir Valley.
“Our uprising has entered into the third month, but the brute force of Indian armed forces seems to have no end; its gravity and intensity increases with each passing day,” he, according to a statement issued here, said in his telephonic address to rallies at Dargah and Noorbagh in Srinagar.
“No place is devoid of these atrocities. People are subjected to the worst kind of treatment by the forces that try and test their all kinds of weaponry on the non-violent demonstrations and peaceful programmes,” he said.
Hurriyat (G) chairman said that the police continued “their habit of gate crashing and nocturnal raids”, “terrorising” the whole populace. “Our people courageously and bravely face all the odds, even during the harshest days of their life,” he said
He said the people in general and the youth in particular needed to be vigilant, as a “small and minor lapse” might lead to a “massive disaster as for as the movement is concerned”.
He said the upcoming Eid-ul-Azha should be celebrated with “utmost austerity” without forgetting the needy in the neighborhoods.
“We have a clear and simple stand that unless the gravity and intensity of the Kashmir issue is not agreed upon, any negotiations or talks are bound to fail,” he said.
“Our fourth generation is bound to live under the dark and obnoxious shadow of Indian thrall. Our kids are living under the threat of forced armed occupation with its all repercussions. Our culture, faith and economy are at stake as we always are forced to keep the account of our dead ones,” he said.
Geelani said that “only a bunch of collaborators” that India has “cultivated” in the last seven decades enjoy the luxuries of life, as “they have bargained on their moral ethos”.
“They are main culprits of the ongoing genocide and deserve the punishment for their ill deeds,” he said.