AAC denounces reopening of cases against Hurriyet leaders

AAC denounces reopening of cases against Hurriyet leaders


Srinagar, February 07, 2013 (PPI-OT): The Awami Action Committee discussed the ongoing political situation in occupied Kashmir and put forth various suggestions to strengthen the freedom struggle on grass-root level. The Awami Action Committee in a meeting of its working committee held at the party’s headquarters in Srinagar denounced the reopening of fake cases against the APHC leaders and activists like Nayeem Ahmad Khan and Maulana Abdullah Tari.

The participants of the meeting said that police were harassing heads and activists of the various constituents of APHC by reopening cases and calling them to police station. They said it was highly deplorable and would not break the will of pro-freedom leaders and activists.

The meeting also castigated the Indian government for not providing travel documents to APHC Chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq for attending the OIC summit. They termed the government’s attitude as undemocratic.

The Mirwaiz said a wrong impression is being created that the Hurriyet Conference indulges in India-bashing during meetings in foreign countries. “Let me make it clear that our aim is not to attack India in our speeches, but to work for Kashmir resolution,” he said.

He said it is unfortunate that, on one hand New Delhi talks of holding dialogue while, on the other, restrictions are imposed on the movement of Kashmiri leadership. “We have already conveyed our message to the OIC through a letter. I hope OIC will continue to support the Kashmiri struggle and help build pressure on India to resolve the issue as per the aspirations of people,” Mirwaiz said.

The participants also thanked Pakistan for its unflinching support to the Kashmiri struggle. They also hailed the country for observing Kashmir Solidarity Day.

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