Hizb chief Salahuddin endorses social boycott with Pro-India camp

Srinagar: While terming Home Minister, Rajnath Singh’s proposed visit to Pakistan for SAARC conference as “rubbing salt on wounds” of Kashmiris, Hizbul-Mujahideen on Friday said Pakistan should call off its diplomatic and economic relations with India instead of welcoming Home Minister of India at Islamabad on August 13.
“The visit of Rajnath Singh amounts to rubbing salt on Kashmiris wounds. This can have negative and harmful effects.”
In an emailed statement to KNS, Hizb chief, Syed Salah-u-din while addressing a high level meeting of United Jihad Council (UJC) termed the main stream politicians as “sellers of nation”.
He supported the “social boycott of mainstream politicians called by Syed Ali Geelani”. “Time has come when people should boycott sellers of nation.”
He cautioned that “on Delhi’s behest, some agencies are busy in sabotaging the ongoing freedom movement in Kashmir”.
“Burhan Muzaffar Wani’s blood has united the Kashmiri nation and its leaders on a single platform for achieving goal,” he said.
As per the statement, the HM later prayed for the militants and said that “freedom movement will continue till the goal is achieved.