Srinagar: Chairman JKLF Muhammad Yasin Malik today said that hypocrisy has been the trade mark of pro-India politicians of Jammu and Kashmir from 1947 till today.
While asking for votes these politicians wear green and swear by Azadi and Pakistan and after assuming power start abusing and accusing both. Mehbooba Muftis, Azadi and Pakistan bashing falls in the same category of hypocritical politics. Custodial killing in broad day light at Sarai Bala shows the real face of India and its Kashmiri stooges, he said.
While reacting to Mehbooba Muftis latest remarks in which she had said that it was police that saved Kashmir from turning into another Pakistan, Iraq or Syria, Malik said that Mehbooba Jee is trying to justify police and forces atrocities and human rights violations and is also trying to please her masters in Delhi by demonizing Pakistan etc.
He said that she is the same lady who for votes used to wear green robes, used to talk about Pakistan being a party to Kashmir dispute, and used to visit Pakistan, meet Pakistani leaders and even held joint press conferences with them.
It was she who used to shed tears on corps of martyrs and raise slogans against same police for killings of innocent people in Jammu Kashmir. Through these gestures she used to give notion to common people that she was close to Pakistan and ironically some Pakistani leaders also provided her a chance to do these political gimmicks and at times by their misdeeds justified so-called election politics in Jammu Kashmir, he added.
Malik said that this has been an old ploy of these Kashmiri pro-India leaders and politicians.
While going to people and wooing them for votes these opportunists praise Azadi, Pakistan and became pseudo separatists but when they get power they start accusing, abusing and demonizing Azadi, Pakistan and pro-Azadi people. Malik said while referring to Syria, Iraq and Pakistan, Mehbooba should remember that Kashmiris have seen is no less than these places. (PTK)
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