‘India using all tactics to erode Jammu & Kashmir’s disputed status’

SRINAGAR: The Joint Resistance Leadership said India is repeatedly devising tactics to erode the disputed status of Jammu and Kashmir by fiddling with the state subject laws in order to change the demographic composition of the territory, Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported. 

As per details, the Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL), comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik, in a statement issued said, the new controversy about Permanent Resident Certificates (PRCs), as reported in media, is part of the Doval doctrine borrowed from Israel.

“This policy of assaulting Kashmiris on physical, economical and psychological accounts in order to put intense pressure on them to give up their legitimate struggle is well known by now,” the leadership said.

“But what New Delhi refuses to acknowledge is that it may have groups of collaborators in the form of regional pro-India parties who for the lust of chair help India in taking illegitimate roots in Kashmir, but the people of Kashmir for past over seven decades in general and three decades in particular have withstood severe Indian state repression with full resilience and strong resolve and have not budged an inch from striving for their basic right. And that is what they will continue to do so, come what may,” the statement read.

The leadership’s statement came amid reports that the governor’s administration was mulling over alterations in the procedures and rules of issuance of permanent resident certificates in Jammu and Kashmir.

Referring to Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s statement that ‘J&K is an integral part of India’, the JRL responded, “It is a fact that by way of its huge military might, New Delhi controls the territory of J&K and rulers over it, but by virtue of people’s will, the government of India knows it does not. And that is precisely why it refuses to honour its commitment of giving the people of J&K the right to self-determination and resolving the internationally-accepted Kashmir dispute”.

The JRL also reiterated its appeal to people to observe human rights week by strongly registering their protest and resentment against human rights violations by Indian troops in the occupied territory, KMS wrote.


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