Srinagar, April 25: Hurriyat Conference (G) on Monday accused New Delhi of trying to alter the Muslim-majority character of Jammu and Kashmir under the garb of National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM).
“Indian think tank, with help of PDP-BJP government, is trying to convert the Muslim majority community of Jammu and Kashmir into a minority community,” said a spokesman of the amalgam.
He warned the authorities to stop pursuing the scheme as “it is bound to have serious resistance.”
In a daylong executive meeting, Hurriyat (G) warned the PDP-BJP government of serious consequences if they persist with the same design.
In a statement, he said the real motive behind such things was to settle Kashmiri Pandits in satellite colonies or rehabilitate retired army personnel.
“… and some other day efforts were made to settle West Pakistan refugees. These are all evil designs as there is nothing like issue of homelessness in Kashmir.”
In a day long executive meeting, Hurriyat (G) warned PDP-BJP government of serious consequences if they persist with the same design.
Hurriyat Conference (G) said that the real motive behind such things as in the recent past efforts was made to settle kashmiri pandits in satellite colonies or rehabilitate retired army personnels and some other day efforts were made to settle west Pakistan refugees these all are evil designs and said that in Kashmir valley there is nothing like issue of homelessness.
Moreover, Hurriyat Conference (G) strongly condemn the Parimpora police station action in which notices has been delivered to around 80 students majority of them are under the age of 18 years and asked them to make their presence at police stations regularly.
Hurriyat Conference (G) also demands of removal of CRPF camp as it proved life threatening for common masses and reiterated their demand to book Dy commanding officer belongs to the same CRPF camp for murdering Gowher Ahmed.
Asked police to stop harassing innocent young ones else we have no option left to come on streets along with masses over it