Srinagar: Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat Asiya Andrabi has castigated Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on what she said shedding crocodile tears pretending to be a well wisher of suppressed and oppressed wounded people of J&K.
“These tears will no more go down the sufferer’s hearts and minds as people have well understood that Mahbooba Mufti has changed from mourner to oppressor now,” Asiya said in the statement.
Questioning the politicians and conscious citizens of India, Asiya asked if pellet injuries to five year old children was not enough to shake their consciousness. “For how long they will stick to their blind nationalistic thinking and lust for care of power?” she asked.
Asiya hailed the “resistance of entire oppressed nation” and said that “Insha Allah we will achieve freedom sooner or later and the traitors will not find even an inch of land for them to live in nor the land for their burial.”
She asked Pakistan to be more active on diplomatic level and make their foreign offices active in all countries and raise Kashmir issue in light of its historical, religious and political perspective.
Asiya added that this is the opportune time that apposition and Govt along with all socio-religious parties in Pakistan should come forward jointly to make a roadmap for the solution of this seven decade old and pending issue which took 7 lakh lives till date. She said that Pak army chief has to play a vital role at this juncture of freedom struggle of oppressed and suppressed nation where entire Muslim belt is offering sacrifices by facing bravely Indian occupational brutalities, sacrifices of eyes, arms, legs etc without any tiredness.
She also asked UJC to play their constructive role at this juncture as they can’t be mere spectators.
Meanwhile spokesperson of DeM said that police raided hundreds of places to arrest Aasiya Andrabi during last 15 days. “She is away from her home along with Sofi Fahmeeda but such coward tactics of India can’t break the will of our resistance leadership to achieve freedom from Indian occupation,” the statement said.