Srinagar: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) today said that it has started its consultative efforts to promote a unified approach for tackling new challenges that are being posed by Indian rulers and their Kashmiri stooges in the name of so-called Israeli type separate colonies for pundits and army people, east India company type industrial policy, colonies for homeless outsiders and so on.
In a statement issued here, the party said that a delegation led by Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik met Kashmir high court Bar association and Kashmir Economic Alliance and Kashmir traders and manufacturers federation. The JKLF delegation met executive body of BAR led by its president advocate Mian Abdul Qayoom.
This delegation also met traders bodies and manufacturers federations. During the meetings Malik informed the august bodies about the recent developments and conspiratorial programs like construction of separate colonies in the name of pundits, establishing separate colonies for ex-army people, construction of homes for non-Kashmiri homeless people, selling or leasing out Kashmiri land to Indian businessmen for establishing so-called industrial units etc.
Malik emphasized over the need of a collective and unified response to the new challenges posed by India and its Kashmiri stooges. He said that stopping these conspiratorial plots is like a question of life and death for the people of Jammu Kashmir and for the same purpose JKLF has started this consultative campaign and we hope that al pro-freedom parties, traders bodies, chambers, unions, civil society, students and other people will come on one page to tackle these new challenges and we all will come out with a collective and unified program to stop these anti-Kashmiri plots.
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