Srinagar: Anjuman Sharie Shian has said that the mindset of changing demography, communalisation, and reinforcing politics of opportunism is only an indication of mishandling and imitating Israeli model
In a statement, Anjuman Sharie’s spokesperson termed the 5 August 2019, decision as “appalling”. He stated that since 5 August 2019, an eerie silence has been hanging over the political landscape of Jammu and Kashmir.
Anjuman Sharie’s Spokesperson Aga Muntazir said that after a year of abrogation of Article 370 of Indian Constitution, Kashmir is continuously under siege and being silenced. The conflict is multiplied and people are targeted and collectively punished.
Mr. Muntazir added that though the article was a whitewash itself and nearly legitimized state atrocities its abrogation will go down the history of the region as a black chapter and the worst form of state violence perpetrated.
Indicating apprehensions, Mr. Muntazir said that in the wake of the abrogation many policies are being introduced that will have very worst effects on the region as a whole.
The mind-set of changing demography, communalization, and reinforcing politics of opportunism is only an indication of mis-handling and imitating Israeli model with out looking for its legality and comparability.
“Kashmiris are forced to live in constant fear and under state surveillance and others are under confinements and solitary cells of jails. The state will have to be accountable for this kind of oppression.” Spokesperson added
Mr. Muntazir said that Jammu and Kashmir Anjuman Sharie Shian has always advocated for a peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue in accordance with the will and aspirations of all the people of J-K and stands firm and committed on that stand.
Jammu and Kashmir Anjuman Sharie Shian asked both India and Pakistan to resume dialogue at the earliest to seek a permanent and peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue as per the aspirations of the people of J-K, by including them as the main stakeholders “as they are the ones bearing the brunt of the conflict for the past 73 years and living in perturbed conditions.”