India trying to flee from its historical pledges: G A Gulzar

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By Fast Kashmir on 12/05/2017. 1 Comment

India trying to flee from its historical pledges: G A Gulzar
‘Govt breaks all records of mass killings, gross HR violations’

Srinagar, May 12: Jammu and Kashmir Insaf Party chairman, G A Gulzar Friday said that by adopting apolitical and military approach towards the peace loving people of Kashmir, India is trying to flee from its historical pledges and promises made before the UNO for a permanent resolution of Kashmir Dispute.
“Breaking all the records of mass killings and gross violations of human rights of its predecessor regimes, the present day Government in Jammu and Kashmir, instead of submission and regrets is brazenly deriving pleasure out of the death pangs and miseries of its own people by saying it is a routine matter and they have seen (and practiced) the worst,” Gulzar according to a statement issued to KNS said.
Gulzar while addressing Baramulla District committee workers condemned ‘this barbaric attitude of the Indian authorities’ and the state government and said that they have turned Jammu and Kashmir into a human hunting place for recreation.
Gulzar said that Kashmir issue is a human problem and it needs a human approach and a democratic formula like a free and fair referendum.
Insaf Party general secretary, Ali Mohammad Lone and District Baramulla president, M Ramzan Lone also addressed the meeting.
Both the leaders condemned the use of ‘brute force’ against the students and the youth.
Party chairman praised the dedication and high resolve of incarcerated Ameer of Muslim League, Masarat Aalam Bhat and declared him as a role model for the young generation of Jammu and Kashmir.
Gulzar paid tributes to his precious sacrifices. (KNS)

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