Islamabad, October 29 (KMS): The General Secretary of All Parties Hurriyat Conference Azad Jammu and Kashmir (APHC-AJK) chapter, Sheikh Abdul Mateen, and Information Secretary Imtiyaz Wani have said that Kashmiris are fighting the war for the completion of Pakistan and are sacrificing their lives for it.
Sheikh Abdul Mateen and Imtiyaz Wani addressing a press conference in Quetta said the love of Kashmiris for Pakistan can be gauged from the fact that martyrs are buried in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir in the flag of Pakistan.
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They said the Indian forces are using all kinds of atrocities and tactics to keep Kashmiris away from the freedom movement. They added that Indian troops had martyred over 400,000 Kashmiris during the last 75 years and thousands of people were still languishing in different jails of India and the territory.
Sheikh Mateen and Imtiyaz Wani said that the unilateral and illegal actions taken by the Modi government to revoke the special status of Kashmir on August 5, 2019 was another step towards making IIOJK a colony of India which was a dream of Hindu extremist organizations, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Bharatiya Janata Party.
The Hurriyat leaders said that India was systematically trying to change the demography of the occupied territory so that the Muslim majority could be converted into a minority. For this purpose the Modi regime also repealed the Special status of Kashmir, they added.
They said that India had attacked the civilization, culture and religion of Kashmiris, which posed serious threats to the existence and identity of Kashmiris. They said that despite Indian atrocities, the morale of Kashmiris was high and they were determined to take the freedom struggle to its logical conclusion.
The Hurriyat leaders appealed to all international powers, including the United Nations, to play their role in giving Kashmiris their right to self-determination according to the UN resolutions.