Hurriyat (G) Slams JeI Hind Leader's Remarks On Kashmir

26 July 2015
Greater Kashmir

Srinagar: Terming the remarks of Jamat-e-Islami Hind leader, Aijaz Aslam that 'Kashmiris can't win against the powerful country like India and they will achieve nothing by adopting the path of resistance' as unrealistic, Hurriyat Conference (G) Sunday said the leader should have sided with oppressed rather than oppressor. 'It doesn't suit a person who claims to believe in Almighty Allah that instead of stopping the oppressor, he will lecture the lessons of slavery to the oppressed people and will make fun of their voices and their precious sacrifices,' a Hurriyat Conference (G) spokesman said in a statement today. Advising the Jamat leader to thoroughly read the history, the spokesman said that no struggling nation has failed in achieving their goal so far and sooner or later the truth prevails over the power and sometimes a small group overcomes a larger group. 'It is the rule of nature and it can't be changed by the philosophical theories,' he said. Terming the views of Aijaz, which he expressed in Masjid Bait-ul-Muqaram in Islamabad (Anantnag) about the Kashmir freedom struggle, Indian Muslims, Pakistan and BJP, as the display of ordinary thinking, Hurriyat Conference (G) spokesman said that it looked that the Kashmir visit of the said leader was not any coincidence or a specific religious tour but he came with a mission to dishearten the people of Kashmir and prepare them for an unconditional slavery of India. 'Hurriyat had many years ago expressed its apprehensions that the visiting Molvi Sahiban from India related to different schools of thought to the Valley is not a usual process but a well thought out indirect plan of the policy makers of India for which they spent millions,' he added. The Hurriyat spokesman said that instead of advising Kashmiris, the Jamat leader should have addressed the rulers of India that 'they have illegally occupied a nation with their military might and to continue this forced relation they have backtracked from all their promises made on national as well as international levels.' While terming the statement of Aijaz Aslam that 'the position of Indian Muslims is better than the Pakistani Muslims' as mere hypothesis, the Hurriyat spokesman said that not only Muslims but the leaders and intellectuals of other minorities in India unanimously agree that they are treated as second class citizens in India and their lives, property, honour and dignity is in acute danger at the hands of the Hindu extremists here.