Syed Ali Gilani concerned over authorities' attitude
13 November, 2012
Srinagar: In occupied Kashmir, the forum led by the veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani, has expressed concern over the attitude of occupation authorities of not allowing Hurriyet leaders to carry out their political activities.
The forum in its meeting of the Majlis-e-Shura in Srinagar, today, said that the authorities had pushed the territory into an environment of total chaos and uncertainty.
The meeting was presided over by the veteran leader, Syed Ali Gilani.
The Hurriyet leaders on the occasion said that India had been trying for the last 65 years to crush the movement by the dint of force, but had failed to intimidate the Kashmiris into submission.
They said that soon a mass contact campaign would be launched across the occupied territory to apprise the people about the present status of the Kashmir dispute.
They appealed to the Amnesty International and other human rights bodies to take notice of the plight of detained leaders including Mir Hafeezullah, Masarrat Aalam Butt and Dr Muhammad Qasim Fakhtoo.
Meanwhile, Dr Fakhtoo has been admitted to Intensive Care Unit of Soura Institute of Medical Sciences in Srinagar after he developed chest complications in central jail Srinagar.
On the other hand, jail authorities did not allow the mother of illegally detained senior liberation leader, Mushtaq-ul-Islam to meet him in Jammu.
Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front-R Chairman, Farooq Ahmad Dar in a statement in Srinagar reiterated to continue the liberation struggle till its logical conclusion despite ongoing Indian state terrorism.
Pro-India National Conference leader, Mustafa Kamal while addressing party workers in Kishtwar said that India was enemy of Kashmir and its troops were disturbing peace in the territory.