Hurriyat (M) pays tributes to slain youth, says resolution of K-issue demands steadfastness

Paying tributes to youth killed in a gunfight with government forces at Parraypora Hajin in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, Hurriyat Conference (M) spokesman Tuesday said: “Such sacrifices for the great cause of resolution of Kashmir issue demand the steadfastness and consistency on the part of the people.”
Hurriyat Conference (M) spokesman said steadfastness and consistency are important for taking the Kashmir mission to its logical conclusion.

The spokesman said: “Safeguarding the sacrifices is the moral responsibility of the people and the struggle for the right to self-determination would reach its ultimate conclusion only when the entire nation gets united for taking the mission of boys forward.”

Calling upon the people to make the ‘Kulgam March’ program on Wednesday, February 15 called by the joint Hurriyat leaders Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik successful, the spokesman said: “For showing solidarity with the people of Kulgam and involvement with the resistance movement and recognizing the efforts and sacrifices, people needed to make the program successful at all levels.”

The spokesman said: “Attempts of stifling the voice of the people and leadership was an exercise in futility as the resolve of the people for their right to self determination could never be broken by the brutal atrocities committed by the rulers.”

Hurriyat (M) spokesman said the only way of bringing peace and prosperity in South Asia was to resolve the long-standing vexed issue of Kashmir in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of Kashmiris.
Spokesman urged the international community that for saving the lives of lakhs of people of the region they needed to put in their sincere efforts to resolve Kashmir issue.
Condemning the continued house arrest of senior Hurriyat leader Mukhtar Ahmad Waza and other leaders, the spokesman said: “Curbs placed on the movement of Hurriyat leaders and banning of their peaceful activities had become a routine of the state administration now.”