Devise Effective Strategy: Azam To MMM


SRINAGAR: Chief Patron Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi Wednesday appealed Muthahidah Majlise Mashwarat (MMM) leaders to keep an eye on 427 year long Kashmir resistance movement and devise effective strategy for national emancipation.

In a statement here, Inqilabi said in May Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah visited Kashmir. “He wanted to make Mirwaiz Yousuf Shah and Sheikh Abdullah a part of united struggle of Muslims. But unfortunately that didn’t happen due to egotistic Sheikh.”

He said MMM leadership and Azad Kashmir’s revolutionary government should chalk out effective strategy through mutual consultations so as to remove impediments in peaceful resolution of Kashmir dispute.

Inqilabi blamed India’s “rigid approach” for lingering of Kashmir dispute.

“Indian leadership’s arrogance and politics of deceit and foul play is responsible for large scale killings and destruction here,” he said.

He said it is necessary for pro-freedom intelligentsia to impress upon Indian leadership that “all its attempts to break the will of Kashmiris have failed.”

“Indian imperialists tried to fight war of Kashmir in East Pakistan and Afghanistan,” he said adding after 2014, the date set for NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan, India will find itself in serious security quagmire.

MeA patron said if Pakistani and Afghan Taliban couldn’t be defeated by troops of Pakistan, Afghanistan and NATO, “how is it possible for Indian army to do this and stop their way.”

He said India should understand that China and Western powers are insisting for peaceful Kashmir resolution. “It would be better for India to initiate steps for tripartite talks to solve Kashmir dispute.”

Inqilabi paid glowing tributes to Muhammad Maqbool Bhat and Afzal Guroo and advised MMM, demanding mortal remains of the two, to not get involved in differences and protracted discourse of UN resolution of 13th August 1948 and Jan. 5, 1949.

“Fundamental thing is both the UN resolutions and promises of Nehru regarding self-determination are sacred objectives of our struggle,” he added.

Meanwhile MeA patron expressed grief and sorrow over the mysterious killing of a youth, Bilal Ahmad Dar, of Islamabad and demanded impartial inquiry into the incident.

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