ISLAMABAD: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman, Mohammad Yasin Malik has announced to observe a 30-hour token strike from April 18, to protest against the separate townships for Kashmiri Pandits in occupied Kashmir.
Mohammad Yasin Malik thanked the people of Kashmir for complete strike against the Indian move, Kashmir Media Service reported.
He said that in fact the Indian government and its puppet administration in the territory wanted to end the Muslim majority in the territory and the different tactics were being used for this purpose.
The JKLF chairman said that recently the issue of return of Kashmiri Pandit was raised. He said that the people of Kashmir were not against their return but the setting up separate townships for Pandits was being opposed.
Mohammad Yasin Malik said that actually it was the plan of BJP and RSS but the brave people of Kashmir would foil their nefarious design.
He said that the Kashmiris would not allow succeed such conspiracies and would continue their struggle against the establishment of such colonies in the territory.