Srinagar- Hurriyat (G) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Wednesday said, that authorities in New Delhi are hellbent to tamper with the Muslim majority character of Jammu and Kashmir.
Cautioning people against the nefarious designs of Delhi and its henchmen in state, Geelani said that people in state wont allow anyone to alter or interfere with the integrity and special status of the state and will safeguard it at all costs.
Syed Ali Geelani said that from day first BJP regime is working to sabotage the referendum process in Jammu Kashmir and are hatching conspiracies to achieve desired results to influence the process of referendum.
Syed Ali Geelani asked Pro-Indian politicians to join pro-freedom ranks and play their role in resolving this long-pending issue.
Blaming New Delhi for playing follys and while commenting over proposed tinkering in article 35 A, Syed Ali Geelani said that it is a well thought out ploy to tamper with the special status of Muslim majority character of Jammu and Kashmir and added that while carrying brutal bloodshed, authorities are creating Palestine like situtaions in state.
Lamenting at pro-Indian parties, Geelani said that their rhetoric about prevailing situation is just a political gimmick and added that they are responsible for tampering and fiddling with article 370.
Strongly criticizing RSS and their alias for their unholy nexus, Geelani said that however the move to abrogate this article is a preplanned game and reports of leaving coalition is just, a mockery and political gimmick.
Geelani expressed his deep concern over the proposed tinkering in state subject law and said that it is conspiracy to alter demography and Muslim majority status of Jammu Kashmir and added that if any such move is undertaken, the people from outside states will purchase land in JK and a situation like that of Palestine will arise.
It is conspiracy to alter demography and Muslim majority status of Jammu Kashmir and will be resisted tooth and nail, said Geelani.
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