New Delhi wants to establish graveyard-like peace in JK: Hurriyat (G)

Hurriyat Conference (G) on Monday alleged that New Delhi through its armed personnel wants to establish the “peace of graveyard” in Jammu and Kashmir.

In a statement, Hurriyat Conference (G) spokesperson said this reacting to the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s directive to the authorities to normalize the situation in Jammu and Kashmir. “After killing 80 civilians, blinding 500, injuring 12000 and detaining hundreds of people in jails under PSA and interrogation centers, India as always is determined to see it only through the prism of security,” the spokesperson said.

“In the garb of national interest, the Government of India through its armed personnel wants to establish the peace of graveyard by massacres and ruthless killings. Indian rulers are blood thirsty and the bloodbath throughout the valley is nothing but a hobby for their trigger happy forces. Bringing normalcy by using more force has been the age old policy of New Delhi and today also they instead of listening to the real voice and considering the unending sacrifices of Kashmiris, resort to the brute force and silencing people with the barrel of gun,” it said.

“This is a message to the Kashmiris that they (New Delhi) has enough army to kill, abundant bullets and pellets to maim and ruthless force to cripple whole populace. They want to force us to surrender our honour, dignity and self esteem before their iron-fist. As these Indian rulers are devoid of human heart with emotions they in no way treat us as humans,” the spokesman said.

Commenting on handing over the region to army, the spokesman said, “We are living under army for the last seven decades and this is our fourth generation which is forced to live under the shadow of their heavy military.”

“Hurriyat maintains its resolve and determination of the people especially youth that we will continue to strive for our basic human and political rights, no matter for how long the war mongering India continues to remain in denial of these basic rights,” the spokesman said.