Where are claims of ‘Battle of Ideas’, ‘Goli Nahi Boli’, asks Malik


Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik Friday asked PDP and Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed where are their high claims of ‘Battle of Ideas’ and ‘Goli Nahi Boli’ now?

“Stopping peaceful programs by using police force has once again proved that Kashmiri rulers are nothing but stooges of Delhi and Jammu Kashmir is nothing but a police state,” Malik said while condemning the crackdown on pro- resistance camp to stop Sopore protest program.

While giving the details of JKLF leaders and activists’ arrested from last many days, he said, “To stop Sopor program, Police last night raided the houses of many JKLF leaders and activists and arrested JKLF deputy chief organizer Mir Siraj ud Din Davood, district presidents Bashir Ahmad Rather (Boya) Ganderbal, Javed Ahmad Butt Pulwama and Rafiq Ahmad War Kupwara and activists Muhammad Ayoub Naikoo and Mohammad Amin Aalsataing. Police also raided the houses of many other JKLF leaders and activists and this crackdown is continuing from last many days.”

Malik who is himself in police custody since June 17 while condemning the spree of arrests, imposing curfew and restrictions to foil peaceful protest program by force, alleged, “This use of police force to stop peaceful political activities of resistance camp has once again proved that every ruler of Jammu Kashmir is actually a stooge of Indian state and their only job is to follow the orders of their masters in Delhi. Chief of present ruling regime of Jammu Kashmir used to talk of ‘battle of ideas’ and Goli Nahin Boli’ to befool people but today these false slogans stand exposed and he following his RSS masters has let loose a reign of terror in Jammu Kashmir.”

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