Geelani flays DGP for Palhallan statement, says wrong to blame separatists PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 13 February 2015 15:17

altJehlum Post News/Srinagar/Feb 11,2015/While sharply reacting to the statement of DG police in which he blamed the pro-freedom leaders for the Palhallan youth’s killing, chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Geelani Wednesday said that the statement of DG police is an attempt to hide their acts of worst kind of the state-terrorism. Geelani Sahab said that we are running a peaceful political movement in Jammu and Kashmir to achieve our just and genuine goal and we are representing the wishes and sentiments of the majority population of Jammu & Kashmir. We have no power or machinery which we can use to disturb the situation of law and order of the state and the accusation of the police chief is basically an attempt to hide his own faults.It has been the old and successful tactics of the oppressors to themselves

disturb the peace and then blame the oppressed people for the situation and punish them for that so that no one from the oppressed people can dare to raise his voice against them. This is the arrogance of power which is speaking in a high tone. The pro-freedom leader expressed his surprise that after provoking the people by unjust arrests, night raids, frequent search operation and imposition of restrictions and curfew, the police chief is expecting that the situation should remain normal. It is very cheap thinking on the part of a top police official. He said that the youths are arrested, tortured, abused and insulted in police stations without any justification and they are pushed to walls and their career is ruined. The pro-freedom leader said that the forced occupation of Indian over Kashmir doesn’t have any moral, political and legal justification and the India should now accept the ground realities in Kashmir and fulfill the promises which its leadership has made with the Kashmiri people at national as well as international level, that they will be given a chance to decide their future.

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