PeH condemns issuance of JK domicile to Indian citizen

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S. A Haidri

Muzaffarabad: Chairman Pasban-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir Uzair Ahmed Ghazali strongly condemned the issuance of domicile to a non-resident in disputed territory.

In a statement issued here on Friday, Uzair Ghazali stated that Indian government started an illegal initiative against the wishes of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

He said that it is the worst example of usurpation of basic human rights that Indian armed forces caged the civilians and issues domiciles of disputed territory to Indian citizens.

Ghazali maintained that Indian government abrogated the article 370 and 35-A on 5th August 2019, “such Indian acts are against the resolutions of United Nations on Kashmir” he added.

He said that Indian armed forces are engaged on the genocide of Kashmiri citizens and settling their citizens.

“This is a big conspiracy to open wine bars in Muslim majority areas of Jammu and Kashmir” Ghazali said.

He further added that more than 27 thousand applications for Jammu and 720 applications for Kashmir domicile are received from Indian citizens.

He voiced that division of the disputed territory in 2 parts and giving one part under the direct control to Delhi is worst-case in history.

He appreciated that OIC joint forum announcement to express solidarity with Kashmir, adding that the forum should build up pressure on India to stop genocide of Muslims in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

He reiterated that people of Jammu and Kashmir have to unite and should take strong measures to save the identity besides freedom of the state from Indian Occupation.

He demanded United Nations to fulfill its obligations on Jammu and Kashmir and conduct plebiscite so people of Jammu and Kashmir can decide their future.

Indian government issued domicile to an Indian citizen Naveen Kumar who became the first permanent resident of disputed territory.