Authorities in Delhi are following fascist policy: Geelani

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By Fast Kashmir on 29/04/2017. 3 Comments

SRINAGAR APR 29: APHC chairman, Syed Ali Geelani on Saturday said that authorities in Delhi are following fascist policy and India is speedily turning into a Hindu Rashtra. Geelani was speaking in a simple book release function of ‘’Rooh-e-Deen Ka Shanasa’’. They have virtually waged war against its minorities and particularly Muslim community, said Geelani while addressing a selected gathering.


Reiterating for complete poll boycott for upcoming election in south Kashmir, Geelani said that unprecedented poll boycott in Srinagar, Budgam constituency has defeated, unnerved and disenchanted Delhi and its stooges.


Referring to India and its authorities, Syed Ali Geelani said that India is emerging as most intolerant state and their rhetoric about democracy proved hoax. The authorities are backing Hindu terrorists and extreme elements, said Geelani


People’s uprising in 2016 rejuvenated freedom movement in state and since long we were insisting our people to boycott these elections, Geelani added. It is positive direction that we feel and a clear message to Delhi and its henchmen in state, said Geelani. People’s boycott of these elections has infuriated them and recent statements of Delhi illustrates their frustration, said Geelani and they now are issuing threat statements.


Blaming Delhi authorities, Geelani said that their prime target is Islam and they are desperate to carry massacre of Muslim community at large scale. Geelani said that it is our foremost duty to safeguard our Muslim identity and spiritual values.


Referring to teachings of Allama Iqbal, Geelani said that he was a great scholar with missionary sprit and supported for unification of Muslims as one Ummah. His teachings represented the crux of Islam and conveyed a message to resent and resist tyrant forces. (PTK)


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