Srinagar: Chief Patron Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi Sunday said settling west-Pakistan refugees in J&K will create unpredictable situation in Kashmir.
In a statement, Inqilabi said, “ BJP government is playing with fire in Kashmir and will face serious repercussions if Delhi continued its aggressive approach.”
He said Indian leaders “with expansionist mindset are aggressively following their anti-Kashmir agenda, but it will lead to volatile situation here.”
MeA patron said nearly 15-lakh Kashmiris had to leave Kashmir for Pakistan during the wars of 1947, 1965 and 1971.
“These Kashmiri refugees are keenly following the situation and India’s belligerency has created uncertainty among them. They may join the Kashmir fight if India persists with its communal agenda in Kashmir,” he said.
Indian leadership, he said, should understand that after the NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan all militant outfits have shifted their focused on Kashmir.
He said India in league with “western imperialists is harbouring ill intentions towards Muslim countries.”
“I appeal to all heads of Muslim countries to review their ties with India. And have a monitoring cell so as to keep check on India’s expansionist designs,” he said.
Inqilabi said Kashmir resistance leaders should sit together and devise a workable strategy against the Indian aggression.
“It is incumbent upon veteran resistance leader Syed Ali Geelani to take Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Yasin Malik and Shabir Shah into confidence and create a fort of resistance against India’s t aim to defeat the struggle here,” he added.
He said in these circumstances resistance leaders, ulemas, intellectuals and every section of society has to play its role to “defeat and stop the way of Indian imperialists”.