AAC postpones meeting to finalise ‘Hafta-e-Shahadat’ progs

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SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Awami Action Committee (AAC) has postponed the meeting to finalise the ‘Hafta-e-Shahadat (martyrs week)’ programmes due to the house detention of its patron and chairman of his faction of Hurriyat Conference Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, and the prevailing situation.
AAC spokesperson in a statement said the meeting to finalise the ‘Hafta-e-Shahadat’ programmes has been postponed due to the house confinement of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and the prevailing situation.
He expressed serious concern over the prevailing situation in Kashmir saying that under a well-planned conspiracy, the “genocide” of Kashmiri youth is being committed by Delhi which is displaying its full military might here to crush the genuine dissent.
The spokesperson condemned the killings especially the Sunday’s“massacre” at Shopian, saying that young boys are writing history with their hot blood. He said “time is not far when mission of martyrs would be achieved and the chains of occupation will be broken”.
“The mission of martyrs will be taken to its logical conclusion no matter how repressive measures government of India would take to muzzle the voices of Kashmiris,” the AAC spokesperson said and expressed heartfelt sympathy with the families of the slain armed youth and civilians, and prayed for speedy recovery of hundreds of injured youth.
He said that Kashmir is purely a humanitarian and a political issue which can only be resolved by implementing the UN resolutions or through tripartite dialogue, but unfortunately, New Delhi is adopting an iron fist policy and the policy of ultimate repression to force the people of Kashmir into a submission.
The AAC spokesperson condemned the government’s decision of not allowing the AAC patron and Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and other resistance leaders to proceed towards civil secretariat and detaining entire resistance leadership to foil the resistance camp’s call of secretariat chalo terming it as ultimate highhandedness.