Salahuddin says, India is suffering from ‘frustration’

Srinagar: Reiterating that the ongoing Kashmir Freedom Movement in Valley is indigenous, a conglomerate of Kashmiri militant groups United Jihad Council Tuesday said that Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s address to the UN is testimony to this fact that India is suffering from “frustration” and in the garb of falsehood it wants to mislead world community about the prevailing situation of Kashmir.

“India blames Pakistan for Kashmir. Is anyone who has been killed or blinded in Valley from Pakistan? India will get nothing by spreading lies and concocted tales. It depicts frustration on part of India that it is still blaming Pakistan given the fact that Kashmir Freedom Movement is truly indegenious in nature where locals are up in the arms against the atrocious Indian rule,” Syed Salahuddin said while addressing a high level meeting.

As per a statement issued to news agency CNS,  Salahuddin said that India wants to get rid of United Nations resolutions vis-à-vis Kashmir but little did it knows that unattended Kashmir issue has potential to engulf whole subcontinent into flames. He said Kashmir resolution is in the interest of India.

“India wants to push Kashmiri people to wall and is crushing their economy. It thinks such tactics will break the resolve of people of Kashmir. India should bear it in mind that Kashmiri people loath and abhor them and want to put an end to its occupation,” he said.

UJC Chief termed the statement of India childish that it will isolate Pakistan. “Pakistan is a party to Kashmir dispute that supports people of Kashmir on every front. The fact is that Pakistan is emerging stronger with every passing day while India is getting isolated that is a source of frustration for it,” he said.

Salahuddin appealed international community to take note of serious human rights violations in Kashmir where India is caging people and is using pellets and bullets to inflict miseries upon the people.

 

 

 

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