Hails KU students for protesting on Guv’s visit
SRINAGAR: Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) on Tuesday urged people to “refrain from helping India in extending and continuing its illegal occupation” of Jammu and Kashmir.
“It was because of those Kashmiri people who joined the pro-India political camp that the illegal occupation of JK continues till date,” DeM general secretary, Nahida Nasreen, said in a statement.
“Similarly, nowadays, some Kashmiris for monetary benefits or under compulsion are helping Indian forces. That is why we are witnessing a surge in the martyrdom of mujahideen on daily basis. Kashmiris have to stop helping India by all means if they want end of this illegal occupation,” she added.
Nasreen said few people, for their vested interests and personal gains, are “betraying the nation”.
She said the “unflinching” resolve of people has made India believe that Kashmiris will never accept its occupation.
The DeM general secretary said, “The cheap tactics like maligning the character of our mujahideen, creating misunderstanding to divide people on many lines, arrests, martyring youth and mujahideen, and attempts to change the demography of state by raising illegal colonies, transferring land or by issuing state subject certificates to non-Kashmiris are all part of this Indian plan to continue occupying JK illegally.”
She said India continuously attacks the economic structure of Kashmir by creating different hurdles for Valley’s business community. “(It) continues to loot and plunder our resources,” she said.
“In such a situation, it is imperative for the people of Kashmir to remain steadfast in their resolve and by no means help India continue its illegal occupation here,” she said.
Nasreen cautioned people against the Indian forces roaming in civvies. She hailed the students of Kashmir University for “once again raising voice against the illegal occupation and occupiers” by protesting during the visit of Governor N N Vohra.
Meanwhile, Nahida paid glowing tributes to five militants reportedly killed in Machil on Monday evening.