SRINAGAR: Expressing anger over not allowing the students to protest peacefully and using of “blind” force against them, senior Hurriyat (G) leader and Jammu Kashmir National Front Chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan on Tuesday said that the spirit of youth has “unnerved the institutions of occupation”. As per a statement issued here, Khan while addressing a party meeting in Baramulla said, “Steadfastness of youth on the path of freedom has given a new direction to the struggle. It is high time for India and its local stooges to accept the ground realities about the Kashmir dispute.”
Nayeem added, “An indigenous mass movement is underway in Kashmir to achieve the right to self-determination. This movement reverberates with cries of freedom and believes in a fair and impartial referendum in Kashmir. People only demand implementation of the resolutions passed by the United Nations Security Council and hence are the most democratic people. However, India is trying to sabotage our freedom struggle by branding it differently.”
The NF chairman said New Delhi’s “illogic stance” about Kashmir dispute has created a situation where youth are compelled to hit the streets. He emphasised upon the party workers to work shoulder to shoulder with the youth “who are taking the resistance movement to its new heights”.
Khan also felicitated people on the occasion of Mairaj-ul-Alam and stressed to follow the path of Islam strictly “so that we can get rid of all the problems we are facing at individual and collective levels”.