India has no justification to celebrate republic day: TJP


RAWALPINDI,   (Parliament Times)  :  Mohammad Abdullah Gul, Chairman Tehrik Jawanan Pakistan and Jammu and Kashmir (TJP), in his statement on the occasion of Republic Day of India, said that by encircling more than 8 million Kashmiris, the so-called pioneer of democracy India is celebrating Republic Day today.

He said celebrating Kashmiri Black Day all over the world, exposing the ugly face of India and joining hands with human rights activists and UN agencies, they ask why the resolutions passed by the UN should not be implemented yet.

He said that Jawaharlal Nehru’s promise to give Kashmiris the right to self-determination has not been fulfilled so far. The Indian secular constitution is nothing but deception and deception. For the last seven decades, Muslims have been entertained by saying that Muslims are safe under the Indian Constitution, have economic and social rights and complete religious freedom and have equal rights under the secular Indian Constitution, but in practice the opposite is true. ? He said that the Constitution of India, which came into force on January 26, 1950, has 470 articles, 12 appendices, 25 chapters and has been amended 104 times in the last 70 years. The last change was made in January 2019, which is considered to be the longest constitution in the world. This constitution drafted by Dr. Ambedkar did not give full civil rights to Muslims but kept them in the dark.

He said that CAA’s controversial law discrimination against Muslims has been legalized. He said that Kashmiris have proved to the world by showing courage and solidarity that they should be strictly guarded and their breathing should be restricted. He said that all international bodies, including the United Nations, have not been able to lift the curfew imposed on occupied Kashmir for a year and a half. Which is a clear violation of UN resolutions.

He said that if India calls itself as much a democrat then it should give the oppressed Kashmiris the right to self-determination and raise uniform laws for Muslims all over India.