Hurriyat blames PDP for sellout, entering into secret deal with BJP, RSS

Srinagar— Hurriyat Con­ference (g) led by octogenar­ian Syed Ali Geelani on Fri­day blamed PDP for sell out and entering into secret deal with BJP and RSS.

A spokesperson of the amalgam accused PDP for exploiting the freedom sen­timents of people and added that for the lust of power, they bargained against our political, economic interests and cultural heritage with RSS and BJP.

Denying any role for pro- Indian political parties for resolving Kashmir issue, the spokesperson in a statement rejected PDP’s allegations wherein they have blamed Hurriyat for rejecting dia­logue offer, and added that pro-Indian parties have no people’s support, hence have no role in resolving the Kashmir issue.

“All pro-Indian parties are involved in loot and plunder and for their masters in New Delhi they have exploited the economic resources and political interests of Jammu and Kashmir,” the spokeps­erson said in the statement.

He said that the resis­tance leadership enjoys full support of people and “our stand about Kashmir issue is unambiguous and clear”. “Contrary to this the Indian viewpoint is unacceptable as they have no consideration regarding the historical facts of Kashmir dispute.”

Denying any role for PDP and declaring state admin­istration as “Delhi groomed and mere puppets”, Huriyat said that Kashmir is neither administrative related issue, nor a law and order problem, however an issue related to political destiny of 15 mil­lion population.

“International guidelines for negotiations are basic cri­teria, he said and added that as all stakeholders are equal, hence conducive atmosphere and equal status for all its parties is the prime factor for successful dialogue.

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