SRINAGAR: Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik who is in police custody today said in a press statement that the oppressive measures cannot shake their confidence or deter them from pursuing the path of resistance. He said the rulers of the time and their masters in Delhi and Nagpur must know that these undemocratic acts will yield them nothing but shame.
Yasin Malik has strongly condemned the ongoing police operation against whole resistance camp and has termed it as most undemocratic, uncivilized and unethical behavior of so-called rulers who in past have been propagating the battle of ideas and freedom of expression and so on.
While terming spree of arrests, house arrests, restrictions, nocturnal raids and harassments as clear sign of frustration, Malik said that by putting all opponents behind bars and suppress their voices so-called Mufti regime has shown its real dictatorial face.
He said that people of Jammu Kashmir through todays peaceful protest strike has shown its anger against the proposed conspiratorial plots of rulers who by constructing separate Israeli type settlement colonies for Pandits, soldiers and homeless outsiders and also by implementing east India company type new industrial policy want to grab more and more Kashmiri land, change its demography and turn majority into minority.
While commending people of Kashmir for an exemplary protest strike today, Malik said that Kashmiris irrespective of their religious beliefs, cast, creed and color stand united against nefarious designs of Indian and its Kashmiri stooges and todays protest strike is a good example of Kashmiri peoples will.
To stop these evil designs from being implemented, if our blood is needed, we will not shy away from spilling that too because these issues are threatening our very existence and as a living nation we will do everything possible to safeguard our national (Mili) interests, added Malik. (PTK)
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