India implementing Israeli tactics in Kashmir: Javaid Mir

SRINAGAR: Addressing a gathering at Sher-e-Khas Senior Hurriyat Leader and Chairman JKLF Javaid Ahmad Mir said the establishment of proposed Sainik colonies, separate townships for migrant Kashmiri Pandits, New Industrial Policy, construction of shelters for floating population, NEET extension, atrocities the miserable condition of Jammu Muslims are actually the tactics of Israel which India is implementing in disputed territory of Kashmir.
Mir while addressing the funeral gathering of senior resistance leader Altaf Hussain Matoo, said Israel by setting up the colonies in Palestine created havoc in middle east nowadays under the banner of Hindutva policies India is looking to do same in Kashmir by establishing the controversial colonies and laws. He said policy makers of India want to change the demography of Jammu and Kashmir as soon as possible and for this purpose the new communal government is using its entire force and machinery.

The government wants to dilute the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. These plans and policies are aimed at diluting Kashmir issue and ending the role of Kashmiris in the whole affair, adding the governments in New Delhi and J&K have devised several such policies since 1947 to make the people of J&K more and more dependent. He said by changing the lines in Maps, India can’t change the disputed status of Kashmir.

Javaid Mir said all the proposals which are in the interests of the economy of Kashmiris are being done away with by the government as they want us to be slaves in all respects. We have been completely made dependent on Srinagar-Jammu highway.

Javaid Mir said the unity is a welcoming step, adding, by implementing the controversial laws the government is trying to weaken the Freedom sentiment of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, adding, such conspiracies will be frightened with tooth and nail.

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