Gilani appeals for complete shutdown in Indian-held Kashmir

Aug 11, 2015
[caption id="attachment_538361" align="alignnone" width="640"]ali gilani, complete shutdown, indian held kashmir, independence day of india, hurriyet leader, educational institutions, troops, kashmiris, pakistan Kashmiris will observe complete shutdown in Indian Held Kashmir on the Independence Day of India on August 15.[/caption] ISLAMABAD: Veteran Hurriyet leader Syed Ali Gilani has appealed for complete shutdown in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) on the Independence Day of India on August 15th. He said: "We are not against the freedom of any country including India but until this country will accept the freedom right of the Kashmiri people and will provide them a chance to decide their future by allowing independent plebiscite in Kashmir, till then it does not have any moral and constitutional right to organize the freedom celebrations on the soil of the territory," Kashmir Media Service reported. Appealing the teachers, students and their parents for completely boycotting the August 15 functions, the veteran Hurriyet leader cautioned the authorities not to force the teachers and students of the educational institutions to participate in the functions. He said that India itself attained freedom from British rule on August 15, 1947 and became an independent country but only after 72 days of the freedom, the country snatched the freedom rights of the Kashmiri people and forcibly occupied the territory by landed its troops on 27th October and since then the occupation continued. kashmiris-observe-india-s-freedom-day-as-black-day-today-8738 He said that Kashmiris had been continuously demanding for last 68 years that India should call back its forces from Kashmir and give us a chance to decide our future. It is purely a democratic demand and India has also promised to fulfill that demand on national as well as international levels but this country backtracked from its promises and is now busy in suppressing the genuine and just voices of the Kashmiris, he added. Gilani said that organizing its freedom celebration functions on the soil of Kashmir in such situations was amounting to add salt to the injuries of the Kashmiri people. "India has no right to celebrate its freedom day on our land and if anything like conscience is present among the leaders of this country, then they should immediately stop this process and these functions should be limited to their own country", he maintained. - APP




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