Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (M) today said the prevailing situation in the valley warranted a clear and joint political strategy and the same would be announced after Mirwaiz Umer Farooq returns home from New Delhi.
Keeping in view the current situation and public aspirations, the APHC favors formulation of a solid political strategy so that Kashmiri people have a united voice and deal with the current serious situation persisting in Kashmir, a spokesman said adding a meeting of Hurriyat executive discussed the situation at a meeting here today.
The participants said that the APHC would formally announce a clear political strategy to deal with the situation once the conglomerates Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq is released from Delhi.
APHC demands that the steps should be taken to bring back the mortals of martyr Afzal Guru. The participants expressed shock over the fact that the so called largest democracy did not intimated the family members about the unwarranted hanging of Afzal Guru. Hence they said his brothers, wife and children even could not see their dear Guru for one last time, the statement read.
The conglomerate while taking into consideration the sensitivities and running anger of people said that after subjecting people to torture, wanton arrests, life time imprisonments, and now hanging of innocent Kashmiris should be seen through the prism of the ongoing serious situation prevailing in Kashmir. It has also clearly reflected what has been in store for the Kashmiri people in the coming days, the party spokesman said in a statement issued here.
According to the statement the participants said that those people who were always claiming that normalcy has returned to Kashmir, now have accepted the fact that there has been no peace in Kashmir and it continues to be cause of worry for the Kashmiris people, India and Pakistan
The participants appealed the conscious people of India, Pakistan and to the world democracies to play their role for the final settlement of Kashmir issue in order to avoid war and insecurity and bring peace and stability in South Asia.
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