Pellets, Bullets Symbols of PDP's Treacherous Politics: Hurriyat

SRINAGAR: Lashing out at PDP’s North Kashmir Lok Sabha member, Muzaffar Hussain Baig, Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Geelani on Tuesday termed his statement as “absurd and ridiculous”.

“Before issuing these silly statements, PDP should realize this fact that pellets, bullets and (Public) Safety Act now stand sign and symbolic for their treacherous politics,” the Hurriyat Conference said in a statement.

Baig, during a PDP convention in Srinagar on Monday had said that Hurriyat Conference leaders “made their fortune on youths’ blood”.

Geelani led Hurriyat Conference said that political credentials of Baig are “mysterious and his assertions about pro-freedom camp are baseless”.

“In a desperate attempt,” the Hurriyat Conference said, “they (PDP members) want to save their skin and cover their criminal record.” “His statement is a failed attempt to divert attention from their treacherous politics.”

Terming Muzaffar Hussain Baig an “opportunist and a worst chameleon”, the Hurriyat Conference said, “people and leaders associated with freedom movement remain almost in jails, however, people like Muzaffar Hussian Baig change their colours with each passing day. For their self-interests, they change like weather and in turn shower blessing on Jan Sangh or for petty gains count on blame game against freedom camp.”

Hurriyat Conference while slamming Baig for his rhetoric about “battle of ideas” said, “it is ridiculous and it has added a disgrace for them as right to express and freedom has been confined unto themselves while as same is shamelessly denied to others.”

“Those people who ‘gifted’ people with pellets, bullets, harsh arbitrary punishment and moreover those people responsible for killing, maiming, blinding and caging thousands, need not to deliver sermons,” it added. “You have detained and slapped PSA against thousands and it is ridiculous to give hype to your so called ‘battle of ideas’,” said the Hurriyat Conference while reacting to Muzaffar Hussain Baig.

Refuting his so-called VIP treatment accorded to resistance leadership during imprisonment, the Hurriyat Conference said, “caging and lodging political leaders in Ranchi, Hazari Bagh, Tihar jails and issuance of notices from NIA and income tax on false grounds is ‘special treatment’ in their dictionary.” “Our brave youth are educated enough and more passionate about freedom movement.”

“Nobody provokes them (youth) as they are more vigilant, alert and sensitive about freedom struggle and stand like hard rock against all these traitors,” the Hurriyat Conference said. “Muzaffar Baig fairly knows that nobody on earth offer his precious life or sacrifices eye sight that too on just provocation. It is the deep sentiment in divine hearts that has changed the course of history in world.”

Terming statement of Muzaffar Baig as “outcome of his frustration”, the Hurriyat Conference said, “his statement it is absurd and carries no weight.”

Commenting over the accusation about mass graves, put forth by Baig, Hurriyat Conference further said, “his forces and the puppets like Baig are responsible for miserable situations in J&K.”

Referring to statement, wherein Baig has referred to properties, the Hurriyat Conference said that he should prove his allegations levelled against pro-freedom camp and come with full details.

“If he believes in ‘battle of idea’ then he should convey same to his masters in Delhi and urge them to desist from using military might against innocent people and advise to read writing on wall,” the statement added. “Muzaffar Baig like people are deserted, have no address hence for their livelihood have no option other than to please their masters.”

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