Negative statements won't alter Kashmir narrative: Hurriyat (G)

The spokesman said, “Unauthorised and doubtful accession has proved profitable for Mufti dynasty, however, it added miseries and hardships to common people in state.”

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Srinagar, Publish Date: Jan 14 2018 1:03AM | Updated Date: Jan 14 2018 1:03AM
Negative statements won't alter Kashmir narrative: Hurriyat (G)File Photo

Denouncing the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s statement in state legislative assembly that ‘making Kashmir a part of India was the bold and historic decision of Sheikh Abdullah and Hari Singh’, the Hurriyat Conference (G) today said, “negative statements won't alter the narrative nor can people be misled by such rhetoric.”

“Mehbooba is doing wrong interpretations of historical events. It is nothing but her deceit to remain in power corridors and as such is distorting all historical facts. She has no mandate to represent aspirations of people nor is she is authorised to decide or say about political destiny of Kashmir. Her statement is a bundle of lies and quite contrary to basic realities,” the Hurriyat spokesman, in a statement today, said.

The spokesman said, “Unauthorised and doubtful accession has proved profitable for Mufti dynasty, however, it added miseries and hardships to common people in state.”

“For the past seven decades, the state is reeling under continuous state of uncertainty and hundreds of thousands of people were killed during this period. As soon as Indian forces landed the territory, the state turned into a battle field and became one of the most highly militarised zone. “

“Situation despite tall claims of these Delhi groomed henchmen is mournful and awful. Since 1989, in Sopore, Kupwara, Handwara, Tengpora, Hawal, Mashali Mohalla, Chati Singhpora, Wandhama Bijbahara, Barakpora thousands of innocent people including infants and women were brutally massacred by ruthless forces and residential areas and shops razed to ground.”

“Kashmir is a disputed territory and it was India that took the case to the UNO. Eighteen resolutions were passed that people of Jammu Kashmir will be given the opportunity to exercise their right to self-determination and the United

Nations Security Council stands guarantees for the right to self-determination to the Kashmiri people. India is a signatory to this, however they failed to fulfill their commitment," the spokesman said, adding that “Hurriyat will pursue struggle till its Kashmir’s final resolution is accomplished as per aspirations of people in state.”

 

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