Hurriyet leaders Abdullah Tari and Mukhtar Ahmad Waza while condemning brutalities unleashed by Indian forces have called for resolution of the Kashmir dispute as per Kashmiris’ aspirations.
According to media sources, a delegation of Democratic Freedom Party led by Abdullah Tari visited the residence of Gulzar Ahmad Wani at Tapar in Pattan and congratulated him on his release from jail after 16 years. A statement issued by the party office said that Abdullah Tari while commenting on the hardships faced by Wani’s family said it took Indian judiciary 16 years to admit that Gulzar was innocent. “This is a murder of law and justice,” Tari said, adding, “Indian authorities, agencies, and police are adopting a vengeful approach against Kashmiris and are ruining the career of the youth of the state by implicating them in fabricated cases.” Meanwhile, Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir People’s League Mukhtar Ahmad Waza along with a delegation today reached Khankah Tral and expressed solidarity with the family of Hafiz Aqib who was recently martyred by Indian troops at Saimoh. Waza on the occasion said that the Kashmir dispute, one of the oldest disputes on United Nations agenda, remained a continuous threat to the peace and stability in South Asia. Hurriyet leader Ghulam Muhammad Khan Sopori in a statement condemned the atrocities being committed by India authorities in the territory.