Srinagar: Days after a lesser known Hindu organization Youth for Nation claimed that it will unfurl Indian tri-color at historic Lal Chowk in Srinagar city, Hizbul Mujhadeen Thursday said that it will be an act of cowardice and sheer frustration if Hindu zealots will try to unfurl Indian flag in Srinagar under the protection and presence of 8 lakh Indian Army soldiers.
Quoting Hizb chief, spokesperson of the United Jihad Council Syed Sadaqat Hussain said that during his address at a high level meeting, UJC chief Syed Salahuddin said that at the behest of Narendra Modi, a large number of Hindu fundamentalists associated with RSS, Shiv Sena and Bajrang Dal have entered into Jammu to carry out the massacre of innocent Kashmiri people.
We have sacrificed more than five lakh people for the sacred cause of freedom and the world knows the unfurling of Indian flag is an immaterial issue for us, he said.
Salahuddin said that information is coming from the reliable sources that a conspiracy is being hatched to butcher Kashmiri people on the Gujarat pattern. In a bid to attain this objective and to make conspiracy successful, the Modi Government has and is pushing the Hindu zealots into Jammu and Kashmir in the shape of Yatris, mendicants and seers, he said.
Appealing Kashmiri people and Hurriyat leaders to be vigilant and cautious, Salahuddin said that they should collectively make this wicked conspiracy unsuccessful. International community should also keep a watch over the Modi Governments ill designs in Kashmir. This type of strategy will prove costly for India and the war will engulf whole India, he said.
Salahuddin said that it is an open fact now that, the puppet Mufti government has become the part of Indian conspiracies against the people of Kashmir.
He warned Mufti not to make the plans and strategies of Modi successful; otherwise it will prove costly for him.
During the meeting glorious tributes were paid to former Amir-e-Jammat Nazir Ahmed Kashani.
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