Lahore: Ameer Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Sirajul Haq, has impressed upon Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif not be a silent spectator of India’s brutalities on the Kashmiris but adopt a solid and comprehensive policy for the liberation of Kashmir.
Speaking at a memorial reference held at Islamabad for veteran Kashmiri scholar and freedom fighter Prof. Aleefud Din Turabi, he demanded that all sorts of relations with India be suspended till the liberation of Kashmir and added that working relations between Pakistan and India could not be established until Kashmir became free from India’s hold. He said that the 180 million Pakistanis would stand shoulder to shoulder with their Kashmir brethren till they achieved their goal.
Sirajul Haq said that India could not keep the Kashmir under slaves even if it doubled its army in the valley and intensified its atrocities on the Kashmiris struggling for freedom. He said the Kashmiris had proved to the world that they would not accept any solution of the Kashmir issue other than liberation.
He said the very idea of trade with India and the import of onions, and potatoes from there and the exchange of artistes was shameful in view of the state terrorism unleashed by the India occupation forces in Held Kashmir, and was tantamount to rubbing salt on the wounds of the Kashmiris rendering huge sacrifices for their liberation that was the completion of the Pakistan movement.
The JI chief also called upon the world community to discharge its moral duty by supporting the Kashmiris just cause for the right to self determination in accordance with the UN resolutions.
Azad Kashmir President Sardar Muhammad Yaqub, in his address on the occasion, paid rich tributes Prof. Aleefud Din Turabi for his services for the Kashmir cause. He said that all the political parties of Azad Kashmir were agreed on the one point agenda of the Kashmir Liberation movement. Chief of the JI, Azad Kashmir, Abdur Rashid Turabi, in his address, said that the Prof. Aleefud Din Turabi’s commitment for the Kashmir cause had always remained above board.
Other Kashmiri leaders including Ghulam Nabi Nausheri, Ghulam Muhammad Safi, Javed Turabi ,Prof, Yaub Shaiq and Commander (rtd) Aziz also spoke on the occasion.