‘India busy in constructing ‘great wall’ along LoC’ Hizb asks Pakistan...

‘India busy in constructing ‘great wall’ along LoC’ Hizb asks Pakistan and Kashmir leadership to resist Indian move

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Srinagar, Sep 3, CNS:  Militant outfit Hizbul Muhadeen Thursday alleged that in a bid to strengthen its control over Kashmir, India is busy in constructing

an embankment (high wall) along Line of Control. “In order to turn Kashmir into a prison, India is busy in constructing a great wall on using Israeli made concertina wires and it is the collective responsibility of both Pakistani and Kashmiri leadership to foil the designs of India,” Hizb spokesperson Salim Hashmi while quoting United Jihad Council Chief Commander Syed Salahuddin said adding that it will have serious ramification if India is not stopped in its designs.

     In a statement to CNS, Salahuddin while addressing Hizb Command Council said that, “they have inputs that India has been constructing a great wall all around Kashmir and on experimental basis India has completed its work on a one kilometer stretch a bit inside the point of Ceasefire Line.”

     Salahuddin said that, “Unfortunately, India was allowed to construct the wall during Musharaf regime in Pakistan and it had a negative impact over the Kashmir Freedom Movement. Now the plan on which India is working needs to be resisted otherwise Kashmir will take the shape of Gaza Strip,” he said.

      “I appeal to the civil and armed leadership of Pakistan to make the Indian plot unsuccessful. Pakistan’s silence over the issue will be taken as a support to the Indian plot and it will have serious consequence for the freedom struggle in Kashmir,” Salhauddin said.

     While reacting over the ‘limited war’ statement made by Indian Army Chief Dalbir Singh, UJC Chief said that the war can never be limited. “If India resorts to war, the freedom fighter in Kashmir will effectively play their role,” he said.

       “During the meeting rich tributes were paid to Reyaz Ahmed Mir who was killed during an encounter at Ladoora Rafiabad in Baramulla district.” (CNS)