Salahudin condemns Geelanis continuous house arrest
SRINAGAR (KNS) – Accusing International community of double standards while dealing with human rights issues, United Jihad Council Supremo and Hizb ul Mujahideen Chief Syed Salah u din Monday said that like Bosnia, International community should have tried the then rulers of Jammu and Kashmir in international Court of Justice for massacring 3.5 lakh Muslims in Jammu Region on Nov.6,1947.
In a span of just 3 days, around 3.5 lakh muslims were martyred in Nammu, Hizb spokesman Sadakat Hussain quoted Salah ud din as having said, adding that Hizb Chief has paid rich tributes to the victims.
In a statement to KNS, Salahudin has further said that no one would be allowed to forget the sacrifices of the people of Jammu and resolved that any solution or formula to Kashmir dispute in absence of the people from Jammu region wont be accepted.
The Hizb Chief has also castigated State Govt. for keeping Syed Ali Shah Geelani under continuous house arrest and said that arresting Kashmir students and separatists wont weaken their resolve to stand for the cause they have been fighting for.
Meanwhile Lashkar e Toiba while paying rich tributes to the victims of the Massacre said that the scars of the Nov. 06, 1947 incident wont fade away from the hearts and minds of the people of state. Lashkar Spokesman Adulah Gaznavi quoting its Operation Commander Mehmood Shah told KNS over Phone on Monday evening that the outfit was deeply saddened with the incident and has resolved that the mission would be taken to its logical conclusion.
Tehreek ul Mujahedeen Commander Sheikh Jammel ur Rehman has also paid tributes to the Nov. 06 Victims and said that no one would forget their sacrifices and they will be remembered for ever.
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