MUZAFFARABAD, April 12 (SABAH): Chairman United Jihad Council and Hizbul Mujahideen Ameer Syed Salahuddin has said that traditional apathy and criminal negligence of international community on Indian illegal actions in occupied Kashmir is regrettable. He said that Pakistan should support suppressed Kashmiris in solid and enthusiastic manner irrespective of considering all kinds of difficulties.
In a latest message for Muslim Ummah and especially Pakistani masses, Syed Salahuddin said that on the one hand the whole world is busy in making efforts to remained safe from the dangerous effects of coronavirus but at the same time while taking benefit from the complex situation Modi-government has imposed black law of domicile in occupied state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Syed Salahuddin said that in the result of this law now the residents of Kashmir will become homeless in different phases and will be thrown out from their homes and will be deprived of properties and jobs and Muslim majority will be converted into minority like Palestine. He said that in result of tiredness of nine month long lockdown and crackdown and due to hunger and famine armless Kashmiris are unable to respond the current Indian aggression in effected manner.
Syed Salahuddin said that some members of so called OIC on the one hand are busy in promoting friendly, business and diplomatic relations with international powers and on the other hand only remain limited to passage of resolutions on papers to express solidarity with the suppressed Kashmiris.
He said that in the current situation all hopes of Kashmiris are linked with Pakistan, its masses and its leadership after Almighty Allah, adding that there is no doubt that it is your religious, constitutional and national duty to support suppressed Kashmiris in solid and enthusiastic manner while not taking into consideration any kind of difficulties and while fully relying on Almighty Allah so that Jammu and Kashmir could be saved from India hands; otherwise there will be no mention of ours in any kind of stories.