Srinagar – Senior resistance leader and National front Chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan has questioned the Muslim Wakf Board for doing Dastarbandi of Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde at Dargah Hazratbal and Charareshareef.
During a meeting at party headquarters Nayeem Khan while talking about the present political situation expressed his anguish Shindes statement about the continuation of AFSPA.
Khan said, Kashmiris fail to understand whether to weep on the role of Wakf Board or feel sorry about its existence.
Khan demanded that Wakf Chairman Mohamad Yaseen Qadri and other members of the Board must explain their position as to why Board is not honoring the sentiments of Kashmiri Muslims.
He said that Dargah Hazratbal and Charar-e-Shareef are our centers of faith and the symbols of our religious sentiment, but Wakf Board has injured our sentiments and beliefs by doing Dastarbandi to the Home Minister of that country which is ignoring our just political rights and killing our youth since decades together.
Khan further said that Chairman and other members of the Wakf Board must explain that why they are always injuring the collective sentiment of Kashmiri people. Wakf Board must further explain that is it for the Dasatrbandi of Indian leaders or it has to work for the upliftment of Kashmiri muslims?
Khan said that Dargah Hazratbal and Charar-e-Shareef are not for the Dastarbandi of Indian leaders but these are the spiritual centers of Kashmiri Muslims.
Khan said that Indian home minister should have talked about the disappeared Kashmiries and about booking of those men in uniform who killed our youth in 2010, but instead.Shinde advocated the continuation of AFSPA and tried to exhibit the arrogance of power so that Kashmiri people will surrender fearing India and its military might.
Khan however said that Kashmiris have sacrificed their blood in the way of freedom struggle so they cant even think of surrendering, come what may.
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