SRINAGAR: Hurriyat Conference (G) on Saturday said India is running a “negative propaganda by which it tries to link our freedom struggle with terrorism”.
In a statement issued here, the conglomerate said, “India had sent its forces to Bangladesh in the name of Mukti Bahini to fight against the Pakistan army. They justified the move by saying that Bangladesh wants freedom and being its neighbour, it is their duty to help them. However, India follows double standards in Kashmir and invokes terrorist tag on the people who help Kashmiris.”
Hurriyat (G) appealed the world community to “intervene and help in stopping the loss of precious human lives in Jammu and Kashmir”.
Meanwhile, Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G), Syed Ali Geelani, had a detailed check-up at Max Hospital, New Delhi on Saturday, a spokesman of the conglomerate, Ayaz Akbar said, adding, “If doctors would allow, Geelani sahib will return to Srinagar in two or three weeks.”
In a statement issued here, Akbar said doctors prescribed additional medicines to Geelani who will return to Valley soon after recovering from illness.
“If Geelani sahib’s health permits him, he will participate in the Pakistan Day function to be organised by the Pakistan High Commission, New Delhi on March 23. He will also have an important meeting with Pak HC on March 24 to discuss J&K’s prevailing situation and the Indo-Pak dialogue process,” he said.
Meanwhile, the spokesperson paid tributes to militants killed in Handwara gunfight on Friday saying, “Our nation is indebted to the martyrs and our duty is to carry forward their mission till we achieve the desired goal”.