Kashmiris can now run movement without leaders: Asiya

SRINAGAR: Srinagar: Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) chief Syeda Asiya Andrabi on Wednesday said India will “hardly achieve anything” by keeping the resistance leadership away from the people.
She said Kashmiris are mature enough to run the movement “even without remaining in constant touch with the leaders”.
“The movement has already shifted to the youth and they are capable enough to take it to the logical conclusion,” Aasiya said in a statement.
“Let India not be under misconception that it can fail our movement by not letting the leaders reach the masses,” she said.
She said India is “getting cruel with each passing day by killing Kashmiri Muslims” on different pretexts and is choking all the genuine voices of the people here.