Geelani: ‘Separate Township’ for KPs unimaginable
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altJehlum Post News/Srinagar/Apr 29, 2015/ Reacting to the reports of the union Home Minister Rajnath Singh over separate townships to Pandits, Hurriyat Conference (G) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani Wednesday said his amalgam has already rejected any such proposal and that the move itself is not beneficial for the pundits itself. “We have already made it clear that no one is opposing the return of the pundits to Kashmir valley. They must be settled in their own native areas and not in the isolated towns. If any such measure is taken, it will have dangerous impact here. Not only the Muslims, the separate townships will not even prove to be a safer factor for the pundits as well,” Geelani said while addressing a seminar.While training guns against RSS and BJP,Geelani said the attempts are

being made to make Jammu a separate Hindu state.“There are VDCs in the Chinab valley to which arms have been provided. They unleash terror in the Chinab valley areas. When a resistance leader tries to visit Jammu- he is disallowed. There are clear indications that some communal forces are trying to carve out a hind state in Jammu and want to fragment Jammu and Kashmir on communal lines,” Geeelani said. The senior separatist leader said RSS is a party which has an ideological base and that only ideology can counter its plans and agendas.The Hurriyat (G) chairman termed the arrest and slapping of PSA on Masarat Alam Bhat as condemnable and unlawful, saying such an act merits condemnation at all levels. Over the unity in the separatist camp in Kashmir, Gelani said that his amalgam has already made it clear that unity of principles will be acceptable and not the unity of heads. “There was already a united resistance camp and it has to be seen how it got fragmented. We have to learn from the mistakes of the past.” Geelani also urged parents not to send their daughters outside Jammu and Kashmir and that all have to do their bit in putting lid over the immoral activities which are at large here. “Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) has become the hub of immoral activities and there is no one acting on ground to stop such a serious menace.”

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