SrinagarNo power on earth can merge Jammu Kashmir with India, APHC spokesman said, saying that since 1947, Indian authorities and their stooges despite their military might, couldnt break our resolve and people in state are committed and determined to follow and take martyrs mission to its logical end.
Reacting to the statement of Dr Nirmal Singh, wherein he has said that no power can separate Kashmir from India , spokesperson said that people in state are pursuing their right to self-determination for which our youth have sacrificed their precious lives.
Nirmal Singh and those at the helm of affairs should note that with their military might, they can kill, resort to devastation and destructions, cage people, however they cant deny the fact that international community has recognised the disputed nature and status of Jammu and Kashmir.
Spokesman said that despite all bullying and state sponsored repression, people in Jammu and Kashmir are determined and committed to pursue their cherished mission of freedom.
Denouncing state aggression, spokesman said, that the more atrocities inflicted and more aggressive approach will definitely infuse spirits and those pursuing the mission will emerge as stronger.
If they want to give peace a chance in sub-continent, then Indian authorities instead of bullying and relying on military power should come with logic and behave rational in their approach, said spokesman.
People of state while following the leadership of Syed Ali Geelani have strong point and case and hence dont shy from negotiations and while blaming India for disrupting peace in South Asia, spokesman said that New Delhi has always resorted to highhandedness to break our resolve and resilience.
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