We as a suppressed nation feel encouraged to see the emotions and...

We as a suppressed nation feel encouraged to see the emotions and affection of the people of Pakistan towards Kashmiris: Nayeem Khan

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Srinagar,February,5 2017-CNS:-Senior Hurriyat leader and National Front chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan has said that Pakistan observes “Kashmir Solidarity Day” to express its support to the suppressed nation of Kashmiris. The day is also observed to garner support from the international community for the resolution of the long pending dispute of Kashmir. We as a suppressed nation feel encouraged to see the emotions, affection and enthusiasm of the people of Pakistan towards Kashmiris, on this day. We are highly grateful to people and the government of Pakistan for their unflinching support. Unlike India, Pakistani state has a credit to have a righteous stand vis-à-vis Kashmir issue. We hope Pakistan, as one of the core parties to the Kashmir dispute, will not only continue its efforts for the final resolution of this long pending dispute but will also accelerate these efforts so that India’s attempts to weaken the resistance movement of Kashmiris, be tackled. Indian state is trying to change the demography of J&K by manipulating the population ratio here. India’s cultural aggression in the state during past several decades has also been evident. All this is being done to dilute the disputed status of Kashmir. Pakistan needs to attract the attention of international community towards the Indian hostility and other colonial tactics. Indian state is at war with the helpless Kashmiris at different levels but despite all odds, the people of Kashmir are fighting and sacrificing for their noble cause of freedom. Our youngsters are nourishing this movement with their blood. In recent months, India has broken all previous records of human rights violations in Kashmir. Hundreds of young Kashmiris were killed, hundreds blinded, wounded, tortured and jailed during these months. Unfortunately, the international community has turned a blind eye to the miseries of Kashmiris. Pakistan government has an important role to make international community draw its attention to the ongoing human rights violations. At this crucial point in time Pakistan, as one of the core parties to the dispute, needs to adopt a sustainable and productive policy to garner support from the international community for the final resolution of this lingering dispute.

Meanwhile, Nayeem Khan paid tributes to Sajad Ahmad alias Babar of Bomai Sopore and Azhar-u-Din Khan alias Ghazi Umar of Tursoo village of Natnoosa, Kupwara. Both were martyred in an encounter in north Kashmir’s Sopore on Saturday. He expressed his solidarity with the families of the duo. He said our youngsters are nourishing the ongoing freedom movement with their blood. To safeguard these precious sacrifices and to take this movement to its logical end is a biggest challenge to all of us. These youngsters are our national heroes. We can never ever forget the sacrifices of young generation. The day is not far when India will bow before the resistance and the resilience of Kashmiri people.

these embassies should clear that Kashmir issue has nothing to do with extremism and people are striving for their right to self-determination.

Huriyat in its appeal to rulers in Pakistan said they should demonstrate steadfastness & persistence and never budge before the pressure diplomacies of India. We hope it will continue its political, moral and diplomatic support to our just and genuine cause, said Huriyat.