India violates human values by refusing to return Bhat, Guru’s mortal remains: Hurriyat (G)

Hurriyat Conference (G) while reiterating the demand for the return of mortal remains of both Mohammad MaqboolBhat and MohamadAfzal Guru, Friday said, although it is purely a human issue, India is very reluctant to this demand thereby violating all the principles of ethics and human values.

Strongly criticizing state administration for imposing what the Hurriyat (G) statement said curfew like restrictions, curbs, crackdown against Hurriyatleaders and “arresting Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai, Haji GhulamNabi, Ghulam Ahmad Gulzar, Mohammad Ashraf Laya, Bilal Sidiqee, Mohammad Yusuf Naqash, Mohammad YasinAtaie, Omar Adil Dar, Syed ImtiazHaider, Mohammad YousufBhat, Bashir Ahmad Chohan and Sajjad Ahmad Pala and scores of other activists”, said that “state authorities will have to face people’s wrath and resentment and all these arbitrary arrests is synonymous to disrespect for our brave hearts”.

Seeking the mortal remains of Mohammad MaqboolBhat and Mohammad Afzal Guru, Hurriyat Conference (G) said that“nation today pays homage to the valiant son of soil”.
While referring to last letter written by Mohammad Afzal Guru, Hurriyat Chairman Syed Ali Geelani in Hurriyat (G) statement said: “It clearly illustrates that he was an ideological person and his emotions were having the backing of faith, intellect and conscience.”
Hailing Mohammad Afzal Guru for his “valor and commitment”, Hurriyat (G)said: “He emerged as an ideal, symbol of dedication and commitment.”

Hurriyat Conference (G) said: “They sacrificed their precious lives for the better future of the nation. He (Guru) is an ideal and his determination and dedication set precedence for our young generation. Today on his 5th anniversary prayer ceremony was organized to pay tribute to our hero, however state authorities laid curbs, restrictions and arrested hundreds of political activists. We strongly condemn police action and it is sheer bullying and highhandedness.”

“Warning” Indian authorities for their “oppressive and suppressive” measures, Hurriyat (G) further said that“all these arbitrary measures won’t deter us from pursuing our mission, nor we will forget those valiant sons who have sacrificed their precious lives for a sacred cause and for our better tomorrow”.
“India with its military might is desperate to suppress our mission but despite all this our next generations is more determined, vigilant and sensitive enough about Kashmir movement,” said Hurriyat Conference (G).