Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (G) led by Syed Ali Geelani on Monday asked pro-Indian politicians to “wind up their shops”, saying that the game was over for “deceitful politics” in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The deceitful politics by pro-Indian parties is responsible for bloodshed and present mayhem and the game is now over (for them),” a spokesman of the pro-freedom amalgam said in a statement issued here.
“They are swindlers and they should wind up their shops, sooner the better,” said the Hurriyat Conference, referring to PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti, National Conference president Farooq Abdullah and other pro-Indian politicians.
The Hurriyat said that they were shedding crocodile tears over the innocent killings, holding them responsible for present “gloomy state and continuous bloodshed.”
Referring to Mehbooba’s statement that two hundred odd gunmen can’t compete and face seven lakh Indian forces, the spokesman said that it is an apparent threat and a warning message to common people.
He said that the men in uniform were responsible for brutal killings on election-day and for snatching eye sight of scores of innocents.
“Mehbooba is playing deceit and lamentation over these killings is just a mockery and political gimmick,” he said.
As a chief minister, the spokesman said, she was in full command of her forces and equally responsible for the killings.
“She is the part of game staged by Unified Command Council. All those involved in these killings are awarded and rewarded on republican and Independence Day of India and how can she deny the responsibility,” he asked. The spokesman also termed as “ridiculous” the statement by her that violence was no way to solve issues.
Blaming opposition National Conference for present chaos in state, the spokesman said that they share the responsibility for continuous killings.
“It was Farooq Abdullah, who in 1996 raised police task force and thousands of innocents were either killed or disappeared during custody. In 2010, during Omer Abdullah’s administration, hundreds of innocent youngsters were massacred,” he said, and called as “disheartening” Omar unapologetic behavior.
“Till now he never regretted about these killings nor was a single personnel involved in this killing game brought to book.”
Referring to Farooq’s recent statement on youth pelting stones, the spokesman said: “Now this turn coat politician criticized puppet administration for their failure in providing conducive atmosphere for polls. It clearly depicts their double dealing that on one hand they extend considerations with youth and on the other asked administration to contain same youth.”
The Hurriyat called the pro-Indian politicians as “chameleons who do not follow their conscience nor feel sorrow or shame while changing their stance.”
“There are power hungry and can go to any extent. They stand exposed and their deceit won’t work,” he said, adding that “It is better for them to repent for their wrongdoings and join people’s movement.” “They should apologies for the miseries they inflicted to nation or wind up their shops,” the spokesman added.
Reiterating call for Tuesday, the spokesman hailed people for observing exemplary shutdown on Monday. The Hurriyat also asked people to follow program of resistance camp only. “People should not heed to rumors,” the spokesman added.