Pro-India politicians of Kashmir are the real enemies of Kashmiris: Ali Gilani

Pro-India politicians of Kashmir are the real enemies of Kashmiris: Ali Gilani
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ISLAMABAD (APP): The Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed Ali Gilani has termed pro-India Kashmiri politicians as real enemies of people of Jammu and Kashmir.

According to KMS, Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar said, "Their crimes against their own people are so heinous that they will be never forgiven and forgotten for that."

"These people (pro-India politicians) are responsible for the miseries and bloodshed of the Kashmiri people and they are playing an important role in strengthening the Indian occupation in the territory. The day has come when they will be held accountable for their sins and crimes which they have committed against the humanity," the octogenarian leader said.

Gilani, who remains under continued house detention, said, "The pro-Indian politicians had accepted the psychological slavery of the Indian rulers since 1947 that is why they every time play a selfish role whenever the people of Kashmir raise their voices against the Indian military occupation and use the uprising and the pro-freedom sentiments to gain power."

He pointed out that these traitors include a tall man (Sheikh Abdullah) and "without any fear to regret, I will say that all the bloodshed, killings and rapes that took place in this region after 1947 are credited to this person who betrayed the simple people of Kashmir, exploited their sentiments by showing them the Pakistani salt and the green hankie and led them to hell instead of heaven. It has been the biggest tragedy of our history".

The pro-freedom leader added that "his legacy of treason is now carried forward by today's loyalists of India who are riding our backs with the backing of one million Indian armed forces".

"In the hunger of power, these people have left the entire nation at the mercy of the merciless and cunning Indian forces who brutally kill our innocent children in the broad-day light," he added. He asked these politicians that how long would they hide behind the Indian forces ? "They will have to pay price for their evil deeds?"

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