Hizbul Mujhadeen supports strike call on Modi’s arrival in Jammu, Kashmir

Salahuddin points out ‘dangerous repercussions’ of any ‘Pandit settlements’ in Kashmir on Israeli pattern

SRINAGAR – Extending its support to the strike call given by the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) on the arrival of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Indian-held Jammu Kashmir, Hizbul Mujhadeen Supreme Commander Syed Salahuddin on Thursday asked all Kashmiri leaders to show a untied face against India.


In a statement issued here, the Hizb chief said that the Indian prime minister has a plan to create Kashmiri Pandit settlements in Kashmir on Israeli pattern. Such plan would have dangerous repercussions and Hizb will fight tooth and nail against such vicious plans of India, said Salahuddin who also heads United Jihad Council, an amalgam of different militant outfits.


“First it was (former state governor) Jagmohan who persuaded our Pandit brethren to fled from Kashmir Valley and now Modi government is mulling to settle them in the state in separate settlements,” he said. He also said that the government of Narendra Modi was also planning to declare Bangladeshi Hindu refugees as the permanent subjects of Jammu Kashmir.


“This (act) will be done with a view to change Muslim demographic character in Jammu Kashmir,” said the chief of the militant outfit. He also said that Narendra Modi was heading that country which has muzzled the voice of innocent Kashmiri people and have deprived them from their birthright.

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