Indian army chief follows Jan Sangh ideology: Geelani


Srinagar—Reacting to recent statement of General Bipin Rawat, wherein he has said” that this is a proxy war and It is played in a dirty way’’ Syed Ali Geelani said that he is a man of Jan Sangh ideology and it illustrates his criminal mentality.

Syed Ali Geelani while referring to the commendation letter to Major Googoi and General Rawat’s explanation, said that tall claims of Indian leadership about being a largest democracy, is nothing but hoax, as political and its army leadership are following fascist mindset.

There statements expose their intentions and it testifies our claim that they are giving free license to their forces against innocent Kashmiri people and assuring full backing and impunity from any accountability for carrying genocide in state.

Syed Ali Geelani while commenting over the statement of Venkia Naidu, said that India’s army & political leadership want to kill every soul in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Since last seven decades we time and again raised our voice and expressed our concern about the sinister plans of Indian leadership in Kashmir, however no serious steps were taken by international community.

Syed Ali Geelani said that continuous silence maintained by world community encouraged these forces and as of now even a major who tied a youth to the bonnet of jeep as human shield and was awarded for this drastic and inhuman act.

Referring to Gen Bipin Rawat’s statement, Geelani said that they stand exposed and it depicts their offensive and uncaring mentality.

Geelani while referring to history, said that occupier and tyrant forces will never go unnoticed & must face the consequences as it is the law of nature.


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