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Anti-marathon reaction eye-opener for pro-India parties

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by September 14, 2015 General

Srinagar, September 14, 2015 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, terming the reaction of youth during ‘Big Kashmir Marathon’ at Kashmir University on Sunday as eye-opener” for pro-India parties, the Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) Secretary General Maulana Muhammad Abdullah Tari said the response of Kashmiris to such event was timely and justified. Maulana Muhammad Abdullah Tari in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the pro-India elements must bear in mind that they could not mislead the world community by organizing such kinds of events in Kashmir, which was an occupied territory by India.

Terming the organizing of such affairs as deceptive politics of occupational rulers, Moulana Abdullah said that the people of Kashmir sent a clear message to world that there was no place for such immoral events in the territory. Hailing the spirit and courage of youth, Moulana Tari said India that and its collaborators, as usual, tried to mislead the international community that all is well’ in Kashmir. “But our brave youth put all their (occupational regimes’) efforts in vain,” he added.

Meanwhile, party chairman Shabbir Ahmad Shah, while talking to father of Shaheed Irshad Ahmad Ganaie on phone, expressed condolence and solidarity with the family. On his (Shah’s) direction, a delegation led by Muhammad Amin visited the martyr’s residence where they held special prayers in favour of Shaheed Irshad Ganaie and patience for the bereaved family.

Meanwhile, the Acting Chairman of the Muslim League Jammu and Kashmir, Mohammad Yusuf Mir in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the people of Kashmir did not like the occupation of Kashmir by India. He said that Kashmir was a disputed territory and the United Nations had passed 18 resolutions on Kashmir. He said that India should implement the UN Kashmir resolutions so that the dispute could be resolved in accordance with the Kashmiris’ aspirations.

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