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Pak move will prove detrimental: Shah
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SRINAGAR, Mar 18: Senior separatist leader and chairman of Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) Shabir Ahmad Shah today said Pakistan’s move to declare Gilgit-Baltistan as its fifth province will prove detrimental to the disputed nature of Jammu Kashmir.

In a statement, Shah said the future of Jammu Kashmir is yet to be decided through referendum and “such moves will harm our cause”.

He, however, made it clear that “we have no objection if people of Gilgit-Baltistan want to merge with Pakistan as we respect the UN resolutions that guarantee the right to self-determination of people”.

“Pakistan should realise the sensitivity of the whole situation and not provide India any opportunity to exploit the freedom movement of Kashmiris,” he said.

The DFP chairman said the people of Gilgit-Baltistan are free to decide their political future but being part of the union of Jammu and Kashmir, they should wait until the UN resolutions are implemented in all regions of the State.

Criticising New Delhi, Shah said the Government of India’s stand on the issue is like the pot calling the kettle black. “India should stop dictating terms to others,” he said.

Terming Pakistan as a “sincere advocate” of Kashmiris, Shah asked the country to “plead our case in the best possible way”. “We hope Pakistan continues championing for our cause while simultaneously remains vigilant of India’s designs to jeopardise the freedom movement of Kashmiris,” he said.

Meanwhile, Shabir Ahmad Shah expressed grief over the demise of a separatist leader Nazir Ahmad Wani who was among the founding members of Al-Fatah and People’s League.

Shah expressed condolence with the bereaved family including the deceased’s brothers Haji Farooq Ahmad and Riyaz Ahmad. Paying tributes to deceased, Shah said even after migrating in 1976; Nazir Ahmad Wani continued serving the “movement of Kashmir”.

“I had personal relations with the deceased. May his soul rest in peace,” Shah said.

A party delegation led by Farooq Ahmad visited the ancestral home of Nazir Ahmad Wani and expressed condolence and solidarity with the bereaved family.


News Updated at : Sunday, March 19, 2017
 
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