July 2003 News

JKLF disowns anti freedom propaganda, literature

4 July 2003
News Network International

SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has strongly condemned the anti Kashmir freedom movement literature and propaganda being circulated by certain unscrupulous persons attributing the same to the Front. A JKLF spokesman in a statement here Friday said that the persons behind the propaganda against freedom movement, its leaders and Pakistan are agents of Indian secret agencies and their motive at this crucial juncture of the struggle is to malign the movement, reports KMS. The spokesman appealed the people not be misled by he adverse propaganda adding that JKLF has no concern whatsoever with the anti-movement literature. Signature campaign continues The campaign launched by Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Fornt (JKLF) to obtain signatures in favour of the proposal that Kashmir's should be involved in any future dialogue on Kashmir continued in different parts of the Valley. JKLF leaders and activists visited various towns and cities for obtaining signatures. A party spokesman said the places being visited also include educational institutions and offices where students and employees willingly took part in the campaigning. Prominent among the party leaders spearheading the campaign are Javed Ahmad Mir, Showket Ahmad Bakshi and Noor Mohammad Kalwal. JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik had launched the campaign last month and he announced that at least two million signatures are intended to be detained. The signed documents he said will be forwarded to world bodies.-


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