DeM asks people to be ready for decisive battle


Expresses shock over Udhampur incident

SRINAGAR: Expressing shock over the burning of a truck and a murderous assault on three Kashmiris on board, Dukhtaran-e-Millat president Syedah Aasiyeh Andrabi Saturday said that the Muslims of the occupied state are made to feel insecure despite being in majority and the state primarily belonging to them. 

While condemning the incident she said that the time has come for a decisive struggle. She said that United Jihad Council too should take note of such incidents.

 “Such incidents are a wakeup call for us,” she said. “Masses and leadership should get ready for a decisive fight for the freedom”. 

She said that like other fellow Kashmiris, she was also shocked to see a truck with those on board being burnt by Hindu fanatics that too without any provocation. 

“As I have said on number of occasions the state is run and managed by RSS and its allies,” she said. “Since those who talked sky and moon have surrendered everything for so called power and are not only acting silent spectators but are actually helping Hindu fanatics, who see the present circumstances favourable for ethnic cleansing of Muslims of this state, execute their plans”.

“Hinduvtu forces have since started taking Jammu region as a conquered one and their wickedness and mischievous activities are spreading to other areas of this Muslim majority state,” Aasiyeh said. “Wherever the Hindutu forces find it possible they attack directly and wherever they have some apprehensions they provoke us and want to get us killed during reactionary protests by the occupational forces”.

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