Hails Pak President’s statement
Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Thursday said that the peace, stability, and development of whole South Asia are connected to the resolution of the Kashmir issue.
“For peace and development of the region, 5 million people of the whole of Jammu and Kashmir have to decide their future political destination,” Geelani said in a statement.
Hailing the statement of Pak President Mamoon Hussain, wherein he sought the implementation of Security Council resolutions to resolve the Kashmir dispute, Geelani said that Pakistan always stood like a rock guarding our cause.
Geelani expressing gratitude to Pakistan and its government headed by President Mamoon Hussain for “once again pleading the just political cause” of the people of J&K.
Hurriyat chairman stressed upon the world body to fulfil its commitments made to the people through the implementation of its Security Council resolutions and “once again reiterated that until Kashmir issue is resolved, the dance of death and destruction will have no end”.
Geelani said that Indian authorities are denying the historical aspects of Kashmir issue, and despite India’s haughty, stubborn attitude and arrogance, the issue lists at top in UN agenda.
He urged UN General Secretary to use his good offices “to take steps for its peaceful resolution and for putting an end to bloodshed at the hands of forces in the state”. He also expressed hope that world leadership will play a positive role regarding Kashmir dispute by taking practical steps towards finding its solution.
“Kashmir issue is the bone of contention and since past seven decades six lakh people were brutally massacred, properties worth billions razed to ground,” Geelani said, and expressed hope that both OIC and other world bodies will cooperate with each other to “end the miseries of the inhabitants of this unfortunate region” and impress India to solve this long pending issue as per aspirations of people of Jammu and Kashmir.
The list of crimes committed by the forces is very long,” Geelani said. “The forces have waged war against unarmed and innocent people in occupied state.”
Geelani said that people while braving bullets and atrocities perpetrated by authorities are illustrating exemplary steadfastness, valour and patience.