Pak would never turn me over to India: Salahuddin
21 December 2006
The Pakistan Tribune
Islamabad: The Supreme Head of Mutahida Jihad Council and Hizb-Ul- Mujahideen, Syed Salahuddin has said that Pakistan would never turn him over to India since he was a Kashmiri (Azad Kashmir) citizen and not some foreign element. While talking to private TV channel on Thursday, he reposed his full trust in the regime, but categorically refused to trust India, whom he alleged of manipulating Pakistan's recommendations over Kashmir issue to its nefarious benefit. He ruled out any notion of ceasefire with India, since India has been misusing the facility in past and vowed to carry on his armed struggle unless India agrees on tripartite talks, while even 131 rounds of those have also proved to be mere fruitless and an eyewash, citing redundant Tashkent, Shimla, Lahore and Islamabad talks. He also indirectly blamed the APHC leaders of trying to make the tripartite redundant by holding their own talks with India, harming the Kashmir cause.