JRL doesn’t represent majority of Kashmiris, says Brig Anil Gupta

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By KNO on 24/06/2019.

JRL doesn’t represent majority of Kashmiris, says Brig Anil Gupta

Says anti talks with Hurriyat at this stage would be counter-productive’

Srinagar, June 24: Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) of Hurriyat does not represent the majority Kashmiris and they are responsible for senseless killings of Kashmiris by the Kashmiris at the behest of Pakistan, stated Brig. Anil Gupta, State Spokesperson of Bharatiya Janata Party.

None of the Hurriyat leaders have signaled any change in their stance and continue to promote separatism, asserted Brig Gupta. Mere appeals for talks with the Centre is no indicator of any change in their mindset.

In a statement issued to KNO, the BJP state spokesman said that JRL speaks on behalf of the Kashmiri power brokers who claim to be mainstream but survive on the latent support of the Jammat-e-Islami Kashmir (JEIK), the main ideologue of the separatists and the Hurriyat.

The new generation of radicalised leadership owes allegiance to the Jamiat-e-Ahle Hadith (Ahlle Hadees). They are also the mouthpiece of Pakistan and are dictated by the ISI, stated Brig Gupta. He further added, “With the Damocles’ sword in form of FATF is hanging over the head of Pakistan, it has temporarily suspending financing the Hurriyat which is going through a serious financial crunch.”

“Hurriyat is the perpetrator of most of the problems in Kashmir. With the inflow of Hawala money controlled, they are now strapped of cash and thus asking for talks. The JRL should publically acknowledge the undisputable status of J&K and it being an integral part of India. They should also commit their loyalty to Constitution of India and seek talks only under its ambit,” asserted Brig Gupta.

Any talks with the JRL/Hurriyat at this stage without them publicly accepting these pre-conditions will be counter-productive and a retrograde step. It will also be a huge set back to the ongoing extremely successful operations against terror and the terror support network, of which Hurriyat is a major culprit.

In 2016, the same leadership had spurned the offer of talks within the ambit of Constitution because at that time they enjoyed backing and support of Pakistan. The present offer of talks is a mere ruse and time gaining exercise to regroup and reorganize, warned Brig Gupta