SRINAGAR: Hurriyat Conference (G) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani has expressed his anguish and shock over the statement of Pak premiers advisor Sartaj Aziz that the execution of Mulla Abdul Qadir was an internal matter of Bangladesh.
The statement hurt our sentiments as Mulla Abdul Qadir was executed for his love for Pakistan and Islam. While opposing execution drive against the Islamists in Bangladesh, Geelani said that it is conspiracy hatched at an international level .
Geelani in his statement strongly criticized the role played by India and said that Bangla Desh is virtually a colony of India and Delhi played a key role for the execution of Mulla Abdul Qadir.
Geelani, said that contradictory statements of Pakistan Interior Ministry and advisor for external affairs clearly convey that they have no common and stable policy for those who love and show their regard for that country and the rulers in Pakistan demonstrated their apathy towards its benefactors.
Geelani said that contradictory statements and the indifferent approach in no way will prove of any use for its security and stability. Pakistan is a country founded on a doctrine and it serves a binding force between the different communities in Pakistan, said Syed Ali Geelani.
God forbid, if this theory is confronted then no one can save the country from being disintegrated . The people in Kashmir are dismayed with the statement made by Sartaj Aziz, said Syed Ali Geelani and it is no denying the fact that the Jamat Islami activists in Bangladesh are being subject to political vengeance for their love for Pakistan and Islam and India is playing a detrimental role for this, said Syed Ali Geelani. Prime minister of Bangladesh Haseena Wajid is working as a stooge and she has made her country a colony for India .Syed Ali Geelani said that from annals of history it is evident that Jamat e Islami in 19971 opposed the Indian aggression, Mukti Bahani and India is now taking its revenge. The plan to execute Mulla Abdul Qadir was decided in Delhi and Indian ambassador in Bangladesh played a key role for that. Syed Ali Geelani in his appeal to OIC and Government of Pakistan stressed to influence Bangladesh administration for the release Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh Chief Prof Ghulam Azam and his associate.
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