Sunday , November 19 2017

United Jihad Council reiterates to continue Kashmir freedom struggle

Muzaffarabad: United Jihad Council (UJC) chairman and Hizbul Mujahideen supreme commander Syed Salahuddin reiterated that freedom struggle will continue until India withdraws from Kashmir and the day is not far when Kashmiri people will earn the right of self determination according to the united national resolutions. Syed Salahuddin expressed this while chairing a special session of United Jihad council meeting to pay tributes to the victims of Jammu massacre on their anniversary at Muzaffarabad. UJC chief said that more than 2 lakh Muslims were butchered on 4th, 5th and 6th November (1947) while 20 lakh Muslims were forced to migrate from Jammu to Pakistan by RSS zealots.
Addressing the components of United Jihad Council ((UJC) Syed Salahuddin said the November 1947 Muslim massacre chapter in history is dreadful and horrible. RSS goons on the behest of the then Mahraja unleashed terror and butchered lakhs of Muslims in Jammu. Even today, RSS is trying to impose their will in the Muslim majority areas of Jammu and trying to repeat November massacre.
Syed Salahuddin reiterated that it is our responsibility and obligation to remember the sacrifices made by Jammu Muslims. The blood of Jammu martyrs demands an organized struggle against Indian rule in Jammu and Kashmir. We will never accept any solution to Kashmir issue that doesn’t have consent from Jammu Muslims,” he said.
Expressing anguish over the arrest spree in Kashmir Valley, Syed Salahuddin alleged that after the martyrdom of Burhan Wani, Indian state has no stone unturned in muzzling the genuine voice of Kashmiri people. “The occupier will definitely taste defeat in near future,” he said.
The meeting was also addressed by UJC General Secretary Sheikh Jameel-ur-Rehman who reiterated that freedom struggle will continue till India withdraws from Kashmir.

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