Some People In Hurriyat Want To Damage Mirwaiz Family: Shabir Shah

Some People In Hurriyat Want To Damage Mirwaiz Family: Shabir Shah

11 March 2014
Kashmir Watch


Srinagar: Stating that he has no personal rivalry with Huriyat Conference led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Senior Huriyat Conference JK leader Shabir Shah said that some people seem ‘hell-bent’ upon damaging the very foundations of Mirwaiz family. Shah while talking to KNS stated that the cause on the ongoing resistance is supreme that any person and that no party shall be allowed to breach people of Jammu and Kashmir. “We have no personal rivalry with any party. The issue is about the constitution. We have the constitution and we have to follow that in letter and spirit to achieve our objective. We cannot undermine the importance of the constitution. We want the same to be restored.” He stated further that HCJK will have a strong coordination with Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Geelani. “At present there is no contact with Geelani sahib but in future there will be a strong coordination.” Shah stated further that people of valley must go for a complete poll boycott of the forth coming polls and that terming polls a non- issue means supporting pro-India parties. “It will be tantamount to supporting India once we term polls a non-issue.” The senior leader of the newly formed amalgam added that he rejects the bilateral system of talks and that the negotiations for Kashmir resolution must be between the three main stake holders of the dispute. “Never on earth shall we support the bilateral talks. It has not yielded anything for us. We have seen that in past the dialogue processes failed because the people of Kashmir were not taken into confidence. Also we demand that the third country must mediate to resolve the decades old conflict.” Maintaining that unity is only possible among the likeminded people and the the unity of minds must be preferred over the unity of heads. “Hope sustains life. I still hope that the pro-freedom camp must be unified for the larger interests of the people of Kashmir but at the same time we want to clear that unity is only possible among the likeminded people and the unity must be on principles.