Hindutva policy to disintegrate India: PCoK chairman Afridi

By Staff Reporter
Wednesday – November 4, 2020
MUZAFFARABAD: The parliamentary committee on Kashmir (PCoK) chairman Shehryar Khan Afridi warned the Indian regime of consequences of its policy of genocide in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), Tuesday, saying that India stands extremely polarised and is bound to disintegrate due to the policies adopted by the ruling Hindutva regime.

According to a press release, he was addressing the audience of a seminar titled “Pakistaniat - the main driving force behind Kashmir freedom movement,” held at the president house in Azad Jammu and Kashmir’s (AJK) capital city.

PCoK chairman Afridi said that the Indian prime minister (PM) Narendra Modi led regime is committing war crimes in IIOJK, these war crimes have exposed the true face of India to the world.

He said that Indian agents of Muslim origin like Farooq Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti and Muslims of India have recognised the fact that Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s struggle for Pakistan and the two-nations ideology was right and that their policy was wrong.

“Pakistani and Kashmiri youth are being confused under the Indian ploy of hybrid war and questions are being raised against Pakistan. Nations are recognised after struggles and sacrifices and Kashmiris have made all sacrifices required to make the impact,” PCoK chairman Afridi said.

He said that Kashmir is the jugular vein of Pakistan as per the vision of Quaid-e-Azam and that Pakistan will continue its legal, moral and political support for the freedom struggle of Kashmiris.

PCoK chairman Afridi said that PM Imran Khan is the ambassador of Kashmiris and that his Kashmir committee is the voice of Pakistan.

“India is distorting history through its soft power” warning “Pakistan has the ability of mutual assured destruction,” he said and added, youth needs to be the voice of the voiceless Kashmiris.

“Our valiant armed forces are sacrificing their precious lives for securing the lives of Kashmiris living on both sides of the line of control (LoC),” PCoK chairman Afridi said and added, PCoK is employing all its resources to raise voice for Kashmiris and a special focus is being laid on securing digital space and protecting and promoting the cultural heritage of Kashmir.

“Gilgit Baltistan (GB) is being given a special provincial status in line with the united nations (UN) resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir and PM Khan has pledged to provide unprecedented funds to bring the GB at par with other parts of Pakistan,” he promised.

PCoK chairman Afridi urged the youth to rise to the occasion and protect and project the cause of Kashmir.

Later, Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) president Sardar Masood Khan condemned the Indian government’s targeting of the family of eminent Kashmiri leader Altaf Bhat.

He said that Pakistan was incomplete without Jammu and Kashmir.

AJK president Khan said that Pakistan and Kashmir were inseparable identities and the people of Pakistan and Kashmir stand together for a joint cause.

He warned the world to get ready to deal with an influx of Kashmiris as India was hell bent to turn the Kashmiris into a minority within the Jammu and Kashmir.

AJK president Khan said that the Hindutva ideologues want to kill all Muslims and that India’s efforts to buy more and more of military equipment reflected the same.

The moot was also addressed by former AJK PM Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan, Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies (PICSS) managing director (MD) Abdullah Khan and others.