IOK HCBA rejects Indian Government plan of settling non locals in Kashmir
The High Court Bar Association (HCBA) has expressed concern over the decision of Indian government to construct shelters for the non-locals in the name of homeless people.
The HCBA members in a meeting in Srinagar said that the move was another conspiracy to change the demography of Jammu and Kashmir so as to reduce the Muslim majority character of the territory into minority. They said that the move would have far-reaching consequences and would harm the ongoing freedom struggle of the Kashmiri people for securing their right to self-determination, reported KMS.
The participants said that the decision was a part of the same sinister design propounded and propagated by the communal elements belonging to RSS-BJP combine of settling non-state subjects and former Indian Army personnel in colonies for which even land was identified and was about to be allotted to them. Therefore, they said, it is the duty of every Kashmiri to defeat these nefarious designs.