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Indian Govt can’t break our resolve: Hurriyat G

Srinagar, Mar 21 : Hurriyat Conference (G) said that after miserably and humiliatingly failing to curb and contain the movement for right to self-determination by all the military might, Indian government is frustrated to the extent that they frame and arrest pro-freedom leaders, activists and their relatives on the pre-planned psychological crackdown using the masked tools of NIA and ED, so that they surrender and stop voicing the sentiments of their oppressed and suppressed nation, thereby covering and shielding their atrocities and barbarism against common and unarmed people. But people are much aware of these gimmicks and such childish acts are in no way going to bail them out of their heinous crimes.

According to a statement issued , commenting on the quizzing of Altaf Ahmad Shah and Zahoor Watali by ED and grilling of Hurriyat (G) chairman’s son Syed Naseem Geelani by NIA, Hurriyat Conference (G) said that on one hand those involved in Samjota Express Blast in 2007, where in more than 80 people (mostly Pakistanies) are set free by the courts, while as pro-freedom people and their relatives are harrased and threatened by so-called investigating agencies who have shown their brutal face by recent killing of school principal Rizwan Pandith.
Hurriyat (G) said that Altaf Ahmad Shah and Zahoor Watali are already under the custody in Tihar jail for the last 2 years and fresh questioning confirms the mindset of the Delhi rulers, who use their agencies as a tool of arbiratation and oppression.

Hurriyat Conference (G) said that Indian rulers use the Kashmir card to lure the voters and propagate their pseudo bravery to fight the enemy, but these measures can never suppress the freedom sentiment of the pople in general and leaders in particular.

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