SRINAGAR: The Joint Resistance Leadership, comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik, has referred to as for a strike and a peaceable demonstration on May 19 in opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposed visit to Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK).
The resistance leaders, via an announcement issued, referred to as for a march in the direction of Srinagar’s Lal Chowk on May 19 in opposition to Modi’s proposed visit to occupied Kashmir.
They mentioned the visit to the occupied territory was aimed toward hoodwinking the world’s opinion on the Kashmir dispute, the Kashmir Media Service reported.
“Though Indian state and its abettors in Jammu and Kashmir have put almost all entire leadership either in jails or under house arrest, the JRL will stage a peaceful protest on May 19,” the JRL mentioned in an announcement.
“If Indian rulers and their abettors really believe in democracy and freedom of speech, they should stop their oppressive tactics and allow the JRL to hold this peaceful protest.”
The resistance leaders mentioned the Lal Chowk march has been referred to as to reveal earlier than the entire world what the folks of Kashmir stand for.
“If Indian rulers assume that oppression unleashed by their army and paramilitary forces has crushed resistance in Kashmir, then they should find some courage to lift the ban on political activities of the resistance leadership and allow such programmes,” they mentioned.
India and its stooges solely understand how to suppress folks’s voice beneath the pretext of the so-called democracy and normalcy which is very condemnable, the resistance leaders mentioned additional.
“Lal Chowk march will highlight the miseries and hardships faced by the people of Kashmir at the hands of oppressive forces. It will also highlight the reign of terror unleashed by the occupying Indian forces and will also be a show of solidarity with the people of south Kashmir where Indian army, paramilitary forces and police have let loose an ugly phase of horror,” they mentioned.
Moreover, the JRL paid wealthy tributes to distinguished martyred Hurriyat leaders, Mirwaiz Molvi Muhammad Farooq and Khawaja Abdul Ghani Lone, the victims of Hawal bloodbath and all of the martyrs of the continuing Kashmir freedom motion.