Hizb Asks Nawaz To Be Cautious While Dealing With India

26 December 2015
Kashmir Observer


Srinagar: Militant outfit Hizbul Mujhadeen Saturday advised Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to be extra cautious while dealing with India and its Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In a statement to local news agency, CNS, Hizb Chief Syed Salahuddin said that they have no objection over cordial relations between India and Pakistan that the friendship between the two countries should not evolve at the cost of Kashmir's Freedom. 'Friendship between India and Pakistan will never be a reality till Kashmir issue is not resolved as per the wishes of Kashmiri people. Kashmir is an issue of over one million people and for this issue, people of Kashmir continue to make sacrifices,' he said. Syed Salahuddin said that Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif is not an individual but the leader of a nation and he should think in broader perspective and adopt a broader strategy while dealing with India- the country that continues to backstab Pakistan internally, meddles in Afghan affairs and suppresses the sentiments of people in Kashmir. alahuddin alleged that in the name of dialogue India is trying to stretch Kashmiri Movement while people and leadership are well aware about all the tactics of India. Salahuddin reiterated that struggle in Kashmir will continue till it is not taken to its logical conclusion.

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