Srinagar: All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) led by incarcerated chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Monday rejected and denounced what it termed as propaganda being promoted in print and other media by authorities, that it’s executive leadership, who could recommend aspiring Kashmiri candidates to medical and technical colleges in Pakistan, would “sell” the admission seats to students for money.
In a statement, Hurriyat said that it wants to put on record that this is completely unfounded, and can be verified by those students or parents whom they have recommended, many among them being from among economically weak sections.
The Hurriyat said that it’s chairman, who is also the Mirwaiz of Kashmir has all along been giving recommendation letters to students for their benefit who come to him asking for it, for colleges and universities in Saudi Arabia Malaysia, turkey and elsewhere
Meanwhile, APHC reiterated that the sentiments of the people of J&K with regard to the resolution of the Kashmir dispute in a peaceful and fair manner, cannot be altered despite repression, legal tactics or propaganda.
APHC said that led by the Miwaiz, it will always represent those aspiration and seek their fulfillment through its principled stand of dialogue and deliberations among the stakeholders of the conflict.