India has no right to erode Kashmir’s legal position: APHC

Srinagar, June 12 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) has said that Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed territory recognized by the United Nations and India has no right to erode its legal or territorial position.

The APHC spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar, denouncing all the imaginary proposals of fragmentation of IIOJK, categorically rejected the Indian ill-designs to create territorial wedges, communal disharmony and demographic imbalance and expressed the hope that the brave people of Kashmir will fight tooth and nail the Indian fascism and expansionism.

Referring to the extraordinary military concentration, genocide of the Muslims and gross violations of fundamental rights at the hands of Indian occupational forces, the spokesman urged the United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres to take serious note of the Indian illegal moves to eliminate the Muslim majority character of a UN-mandated disputed territory.

The spokesman, highlighting the dire need of the Kashmir solution in accordance with the established rules, urged the world community to help in settling the lingering dispute according to the aspirations of the Kashmiris.

Meanwhile, the spokesman expressed solidarity with all those aggrieved families who lost their near and dear ones during the mass uprising triggered by the ruthless killing of a teenage student, Tufail Mattoo, on 11th June 2010.

He condemned the use of brute force against the civilians for demanding justice and appropriate action against the Indian men in uniform and said that instead of giving justice to the victim, the forces’ personnel martyred 125 innocent citizens during months-long peaceful uprising.

The APHC spokesman in his condolence message to the family of the deceased Khizar Muhammad Shah, father of freedom leader and intellectual, Ghulam Nabi Falahi, presently residing in UK, expressed sympathy with Falahi Sahib and prayed Allah Almighty to rest the departed soul in eternal peace.