Geelani urges unity among ranks to defeat India

Kashmiri veteran leader urges Pakistan, Muslim Ummah to help besieged Kashmiris

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ISLAMABAD
As Kashmir reels after the abrogation of its special status, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani has appealed to Kashmiri people living in occupied Kashmir to put up a fight against Indian oppression in the occupied region, while urging the Kashmiris living outside the region to highlight the Indian atrocities
The APHC chief, in his first official statement since the scrapping of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir by India on August 5, said that there was no other alternative but to fight with full determination.
“India should know that even if they bring their entire armed forces into occupied Jammu and Kashmir, even then the people of Jammu and Kashmir will not abandon the struggle for their rights and liberation,” he added.
“We must fight the enemy in unison. History remains witness to the fact that big military powers have repeatedly perished in front of the force of peoples’ unity and truth. Courage, patience, and discipline are those weapons of defenceless people which can defeat the enemy with howsoever enormous an arsenal,” he wrote, urging the locals to put up a fight against the Indian state.

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