Geelani chairs day-long Majlish-e-Shoora meet

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Srinagar: Hurriyat (g) Conference held a day-long Majlish Shoora (Executive Council) meeting at Hyderpora Srinagar chaired by its chairman Syed Ali Geelani. The meeting deliberated in detail, the current political situation pertaining to the movement for the right to self-determination.

According to a statement issued to media, Geelani termed Kashmir dispute as an “unfinished agent of the partition of India in 1947”. None of the basic three parties to this dispute India, Pakistan and the people of Kashmir are in a position to avoid any untoward consequences of this visible danger in South Asia, he warned.

Urging the pro-freedom people of the state to remain vigilant, steadfast and well disciplined to take the sacred mission of their resistance movement to its logical conclusion irrespective of the use of power to suppress the freedom sentiments of the people of Kashmir, the statement reads.

Our movement is a legitimate demand recognized by the United Nations and endorsed by the overwhelming majority of the people of Kashmir since October 1997, said the veteran Hurriyat leader in a statement. Srinagar

Urging freedom loving people of Kashmir, particularly the youth, to follow the teachings of Islam in letter and spirit, Hurriyat chairman asserted that we have offered exemplary sacrifices for the last seven decades which as a nation cannot ignore or allow any sell out for petty political gains.

During the meeting, the leaders paid tributes to all the “martyrs” of our freedom movement since 1931 and pledge to leave no stone unturned to lead the movement to achieve its sacred goal.

They also expressed its grave concern on the plight of denial of basic amenities and condemning the inhuman behaviour meted out with the detenues at the hands of jail authorities.

The meeting urged UN to help resolve the Kashmir dispute keeping in view the aspirations of the subjugated people of Kashmir.

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