Hurriyat (M) holds delegate session in Beerwa


Srinagar: A one day delegate session of Hurriyat Conference (M) workers from Beerwah and Budgam was organized at Town Hall premises Beerwah on Wednesday.

 “The session was presided over by the APHC Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. The senior Hurriyat leaders who spoke or were present on the occasion included Prof Abdul Gani Bhat, Moulana Masroor Abbas Ansari, Musadiq Adil, Agha Syed Mujtaba Al Mosvi, GN Zaki, Abdul Mannan Bukhari, and others.”

Speaking on the occasion, senior Hurriyat (M) leader Prof Abdul Gani Bhat said that Hurriyat is the collective representative body of the aspirations of the people. “Public contact campaign has been started with a well planned strategy to reach out to the common masses as the movement was standing at a critical juncture where right steps have to be taken to take the struggle to a logical conclusion, added Prof Bhat. 

Senior Hurriyat (M) leader Moulana Masroor Abbas Ansari said that Kashmiris have offered innumerable sacrifices for the right of self determination. He said despite facing enormous oppression Kashmiris have not given up their just struggle and demand for right to self determination.

Ansari said the Kashmir dispute concerns with the future of 120 million people. He said that the people of Kashmir have politically matured and they understand the nuances of the struggle well so people should make Hurriyat Conference focus of their political platform and take the struggle forward till it reaches its logical goal.

Hurriyat (M) leader Agha Syed Mujtaba said the need of the hour was that we should stand united and repose our faith in Allah to take the struggle forward. He said the unity and determination are essential to take the struggle forward.

Paying rich tributes to the people of Beerwah for their spirit of freedom and sacrifices, Mirwaiz in his presidential address said that our nation is engaged in the freedom struggle for the past many decades. He said the Indian establishment was using various ‘oppressive means to suppress our freedom struggle.’

He said despite using every means to “coerce and suppress people by unleashing atrocities,” in last 50 years, the freedom loving people of Kashmir have defeated such designs and have even forcefully raised their political aspirations.

“The government has virtually banned freedom of expression, usurped political rights and imposed restrictions on our religious activities which aptly reflects the real face of Indian democracy in Kashmir,” he alleged.

While criticizing the government of India, Mirwaiz said, “This government was engaged on projecting its fanciful achievements through advertisements rather than addressing the crucial issues. Due to the intransigent attitude of Indian government, the situation in the sub continent instead of improving was turning tense. The lingering Kashmir dispute is like a volcano in the region, adding, by pushing this issue to backburner, stability, peace and prosperity of the region would remain an elusive dream.”

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