Srinagar, September 13, 2015 (PPI-OT):In occupied Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman, Mohammad Yasin Malik has said that Mufti Mohammad Sayeed-led puppet regime is trying to harm communal harmony of the territory. Mohammad Yasin Malik, who is under house arrest, in a statement issued in Srinagar said that ban on beef had proved once again that the Mufti regime at the behest of RSS was trying hard to promote religious intolerance and thus harm communal harmony.
He said that the aim of the ploy was to strengthen Indian occupation on Kashmir and also inflict maximum harm on Kashmiri Muslims. “Saturday’s protest strike should serve as an eye-opener for India and its stooges and they should remember that Kashmiri would keep resisting all their anti-Kashmir and anti-Muslim acts and programs,” he maintained.
He termed the court decision on beef as politically motivated. “Be it political offices, courts, assembly or any other government department, for Kashmiris, all these are tools of occupation,” Yasin Malik said. He said that the courts in recent past had passed orders to hang Kashmiris on the pretext of satisfying collective conscience of Indians.
Yasin Malik said that, on one side, ban on beef was a direct interference in religious affairs of Muslims and, on the other, it is affecting thousands of those poor and less-privileged people who could not afford mutton and only could buy comparatively low-priced meat of cows and buffalos for their needs. “It has proved beyond doubt that puppet Mufti regime at the behest of RSS is leaving no stone unturned to harm communal harmony and religious tolerance of people of Kashmir,” he said.
He said that all this is being done to strengthen the occupation of India on Kashmir and also hurt interests of Kashmiri Muslims and inflict maximum harm to them. “This hypocritical politics of Mufti regime should also open the eyes of those who go to polling booths and vote for these anti-Kashmir and anti-Muslim politicians and are repeatedly betrayed by India and its stooges,” he maintained.
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