ISLAMABAD: The veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani criticizing Indian police chief’s statement that he would crush Hurriyet’s anti-election campaign has termed it an act of state terrorism on part of India and its puppet administration in .
According to KMS, Ali Gilani commenting over his statement, in a media interview said, “it has proved beyond doubt that elections are being held under the shadow of gun and these elections in no way can be called as peaceful and democratic. These elections are fraud and are manipulated with the help of police and armed forces.”
“India with its deceptive politics and under the garb of sham elections, installed its stooges that bargained against the aspirations of people,” he added. “In a well-planned understating with these politicians, they were let free to amass huge wealth and they resorted to loot and plunder. They need a few stooges, Syed Ali Gilani said while referring to pro-Indian politicians.
“Terming Kashmir a police state, Syed Ali Gilani said that police and politicians, both are in league. It is better to hand over all affairs to police as all the way they are the key masters at the helm of affairs,” he added. “Despite turning Gandarbal and Bandipora into an army garrison, the people and youth protested and expressed their resentment,” h said. Syed Ali Gilani reiterated his
appeal for election boycott and called for protests in other districts on the day of so-called elections.
The All Parties Hurriyet Conference describing the election drama as a meaningless exercise, which would have no bearing on the internationally-recognised” disputed status of Jammu and Kashmir. “Staging the drama of elections under massive military cover and false promises of development cannot change the historic reality over Jammu and Kashmir, which has to be ultimately resolved as per UN resolutions, ” the APHC said in a statement.
The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front in a statement dismissed elections as mere eyewash, a fixed match having no credibility at all. These manipulated elections cannot deter people from pursuing the path of freedom,” the statement added.
The Hurriyet Conference Jammu and Kashmir (HCJK) leaders Nayeem Ahmad Khan and Farooq Ahmad Dar slammed the arrest drive launched by the police throughout Kashmir and termed it as `the worst kind Nazi politics.
The Chief of Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Aasiya Andrabi said, ” We have witnessed such polling dramas in 2008 and the participation of people in these elections doesn’t mean people are not with movement”. She said the pro-freedom leadership was not allowed to express its viewpoint. Dozens of leaders have been put behind bars and many been forced to go underground. The Muslim League said that the participation of people in the elections was “largely because of the misleading campaign of the regional parties.”