India does not want to resolve Kashmir: Geelani

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By Fast Kashmir on 01/10/2017.

India does not want to resolve Kashmir: Geelani
‘We all have to unite and fight for our political rights’

Srinagar, Oct 01: Syed Ali Geelani on Sunday said that Jammu and Kashmir is the only place on globe, where people are traumatized and living in continuous pain and distress. Expressing his deep shock and grief over continuous attempts of strengthening occupation by Indian authorities through its military means, Geelani said that people are pursuing their right to self-determination since past seventy years and for their conviction and commitment are subjected to extreme brutalities as their commitment with cause is annoying and irk authorities in New Delhi.
Denouncing BJP and PDP led coalition for their unceasing attempts to pamper state’s political, cultural, economic and historical status, Geelani said that RSS chief Mohan Bhagat and including all those affiliated with ruling parties both in state and New Delhi through their unwise statements are pleading and favoring complete integration of state with India.
Geelani while blaming New Delhi, said that all these steps and their attempts illustrates that India does not want to resolve Kashmir issue through political means.
Pro-freedom leader while exposing their ill designs, said that our peaceful struggle for right self-determination has now passed on to third generation. We are quite confident that our youth, intellectuals, lawyers, writers, journalists, trader’s fraternity and people from all walks will play assigned role for their democratic and political rights.
Appealing UNO, Secretary General OIC and international community, Syed Ali Geelani stressed to find durable and early settlement of Kashmir issue. He urged world leaders to take notice of the appalling situations in region and mounting tension between two nuclear powers and save humankind from going extinct.
Geelani urged UN Human Rights Commission for their cognizance of rights abuses in state and asked to send a fact-finding mission to ascertain the ground realities. (KNS)