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No power can separate us from Kashmiris, says JI ameer Sirajul Haq

No power can separate us from Kashmiris, says JI ameer Sirajul Haq
December 22, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Jamaat-e-Islami ameer Sirajul Haq has said that no power can separate them from the Kashmiris. Addressing a big rally taken out to express solidarity with the Kashmiris on Sunday, he said that the extremist India had revoked the constitution of Occupied Kashmir. “Kashmiris have lost 500,000 youths in love with Pakistan. They chant only one slogan – ‘Pakistan is Ours’. Cruelty is being unleashed in Occupied Kashmir,” he said. The JI ameer said that Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir. “The August 5 tragedy did not happen suddenly. It was part of Modi’s manifesto,” he added. He was of the view that the Kashmiris have been deprived of all human rights. “Dumb and deaf people who love their interests more than anything are sitting in the parliament,” he said. He said that the prime minister had declared that those marching towards the LoC will commit treachery to the Kashmiris. “The PM should resign if he cannot protect the respect of mothers and sisters,” he said. Sirajul Haq said that the government had made serious topics as jokes as well. “The prime minister had stated that he would fight till the last bullet, but did not take a single step. His each step and act has become suspicious,” he said. He predicted that the next war would be fought over water. “An incapable coterie has been imposed on the nation. It has sabotaged the national solidarity and destroyed economy,” he said. He said that the struggle of Kashmiris will soon bear the fruit and Kashmir will become a part of Pakistan after its freedom. Speaking on the occasion, AJK President Sardar Masood Khan said that the attack on the Occupied Kashmir is an attack on Pakistan. “India is a terrorist country, but it is leveling allegations against Pakistan. Though political and diplomatic fronts are important, but we will have to prepare ourselves militarily,” he said.