Published On: Mon, Jan 6th, 2014
Published in Category: Lahore

DPC, JuD for full support of Kashmiris

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LAHORE: Leaders of Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) and Jamaat-ud-Dawa have expressed their strong commitment to go to extreme ends for resolution of Kashmir issue.

Declaring their full support, and all-out assistance for suffering Kashmiris, they announced that they would go to extreme ends to free Kashmiris from barbarous and inhuman clutches of 800,000 of Indian occupational troops.

Deliberating over the burning issue of the region , Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief, hafiz Saeed Ahmad said that Pakistan’s masses were unanimous about the struggle of their Kashmiri brethren “Kashmiri Muslims are fighting the war for solidarity of Pakistan , making it as the first line of defence for Pakistan.

He has also demanded government to galvanize embassies abroad to make the entire world aware about Indian atrocities being carried in Kashmir, and said that if India wanted peace and harmony in Kashmir, it should recall its 800,000 occupational troops from the region, delivering the rightful right of self-determination to Kashmiris.

“UN resolutions present a tailor-made solution of the issue for India to disentangle itself from thorny issue” he stressed, warning that any lapse by UN could plunge the issue in serious turmoil.

Hafiz Saeed also stressed on relieving river resources of the region from India’s open aggression and illegal use; warning India to heed to the coming predictable doomed future of its 800,000 occupational troops , in the aftermath of American withdrawal from Afghanistan.

The convener of the central coordination committee of Difa-e-Pakistan said that 90% Kashmiris want to ally Kashmir with Pakistan, and any ditching of the issue would simply be unforgivable by Pakistanis. Berating the appalling indifference and silence of UN over the issue, he warned that if Infidel West sided with India, the entire Islamic Ummah was behind Kashmiris’ struggle for self-determination.
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