Inqilabi Urges India To Shun Its Traditional Rigidity On Kashmir

Inqilabi Urges India To Shun Its Traditional Rigidity On Kashmir

30 May 2013
Kashmir Watch


Srinagar: Chief Patron Jammu Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi (MeA) Muhammad Azam Inqilabi Thursday said over all security situation in India and Pakistan isn’t good and some “external powers” are trying to gain benefit from it. In a statement here, Inqilabi said “some external powers want bickering and an atmosphere of mistrust to prevail in South-Asia.” “Western imperialists killed countless Afghans, sowed seeds of sectarian strife in Iraq, destroyed Libya and pushed Syria towards anarchy and uncertainty. This all is before India and Pakistan leadership,” he said. In this situation, MeA patron said, India should shun its traditional rigidity on Kashmir front. On the recent Tral encounter, he said the incident should serve as eye opener to Indian leadership. Four Indian troops and an engineering graduate turned militant, Er Saifullah, were killed in the gun battle. Inqilabi said, “Er Saifullah represent the fourth generation of warriors like Ishfaq Majeed who have studied in an uncertain environment.” Calling Er Saifullah as Ishfaq Majeed Junior, he said the Tral episode should be a moment of astonishment for Indian strategists. “To learn guerilla warfare he (Saifullah) didn’t cross cover to other side neither visited Waziristan nor Afghanistan. Whatever training he got, he did it here.” MeA patron said in a situation of uncertainty nothing can be predictable. “But this is a hard fact that domino effect of Kashmir situation has potential to engulf even peaceful regions of India, with India already feeling heat of Naxals and others movements.” “US led NATO forces despite having sophisticated weaponry couldn’t defeat Mujahedeen in Afghanistan and with situation there having its effect in Kashmir, We advise India to initiate steps to address the Kashmir dispute,” he said. He said India should take Pakistan and Kashmir resistance leadership into confidence and start tripartite talks. Advising new Pakistan government to stop settling political scores, Inqilabi said “Pakistan’s constitution isn’t Quranic verses that former President Musharraf has shown contempt with.” “In my view Pakistan has suffered only one setback that is fall of Dhaka. After that every ruler be it from Army or civilian played role in bringing stability to the country and are honourable leaders who should be respected,” he added.