Indo-Pak Enmity To Last Till K-Resolution: Shah


Srinagar – Democratic Freedom Party Chairman Shabir Ahmad Shah Tuesday went to Shala-pora in Sopore where he expressed sympathies with the family of the martyrs including the Hurriyat leader Muzamil Amin who laid down their lives for the cause of Kashmir.

According to a press release issued by the party, Shah said that the martyrdom will continue till the Kashmir issue is not resolved according to the wishes and aspirations of the Kashmiri people. “Kashmir has become a cause of war between the two nuclear powered neighbors’ and the confrontation will continue till the issue is resolved. The unresolved issue will remain a cause of confrontation between the two,” Shah said adding that the freedom struggle will continue till it reaches to its logical end. 

He said that the Kashmir issue is a political issue and it needs a political solution. “The aspirations and wishes of the Kashmir nation will not be suppressed by the use of force. Hurriyat leadership needs to work collectively I this regard and work for the collective good of the people,” he said.

They said that Indian authorities from 1947 have been trying to suppress the freedom struggle by the use of force but the sacred cause of freedom for which lakhs of people have offered their uncompromised sacrifices will not be slowed down or suppressed by the use of the tactics like beating or arresting people.

Nayeem Khan, Muhammad Yusuf Naqash,Shabir Ahmad Dar who were accompanying the party Chairman paid glowing tributes to the martyrs and reiterated their stand that the freedom struggle will continue till the Kashmir issue is resolved.

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