Tag: Hurriyat Leaders

अलगाववादी समूहों ने हड़ताल करके”फिरदौस”में फिर किया जनजीवन प्रभावित

[श्रीनगर,जे &के]अलगाववादी समूहों ने हड़ताल करके “फिरदौस” में फिर किया जनजीवन प्रभावित|
अब की बार कश्मीर घाटी में प्रवासी कश्मीरी पंडितों को बसाने के लिए+‘‘सैनिक कालोनी’’ बनाने की ‘‘प्रस्तावित योजनाओं’’+ और राज्य में नयी औद्योगिक नीति शुरू किए जाने को लेकर है |
कश्मीर घाटी में प्रवासी कश्मीरी पंडितों को बसाने के लिए ‘‘सैनिक कालोनी’’ बनाने की ‘‘प्रस्तावित योजनाओं’’ और राज्य में नयी औद्योगिक नीति शुरू किए जाने के विरोध में अलगाववादी समूहों द्वारा किए गए हड़ताल के आह्वान के कारण आज घाटी में आम जनजीवन प्रभावित है।
प्राप्त जानकारी के अनुसार जम्मू कश्मीर की ग्रीष्मकालीन राजधानी श्रीनगर में व्यापारिक प्रतिष्ठान + पेट्रोल पंप +निजी स्कूल बंद रहे
जबकि सरकारी कार्यालयों और बैंकों में उपस्थिति बेहद कम रही।
सार्वजनिक परिवहन के वाहन सड़कों पर नहीं उतरे जबकि निजी कार+कैब + ऑटो-रिक्शा सामान्य रूप में देखे जा रहे हैं।
हुर्रियत कांफ्रेंस+जेकेएलएफ
ने सोमवार को ‘‘पंडितों के लिए अलग बस्तियां बसाने, सैनिक कॉलोनियों के निर्माण की प्रस्तावित योजनाओं, नयी कश्मीर विरोधी औद्योगिक नीति शुरू करने और जम्मू कश्मीर में जनांकिकी संबंधी बदलावों का प्रयास करने’’ के खिलाफ आज बंद का संयुक्त आह्वान किया था।
हुर्रियत कांफ्रेंस के कट्टरपंथी धड़े के अध्यक्ष सैयद अली शाह गिलानी लगातार नजरबंद हैं जबकि उदारवादी हुर्रियत के अध्यक्ष मीरवाइज उमर फारूख को कल नजरबंद गया है।
जेकेएलएफ के अध्यक्ष मोहम्मद यासिन मलिक को कल उनके कार्यालय अबी गुजर से गिरफ्तार किया गया था।
फाइल फोटो

Sartaz,Trading On Hurriyat,To Address Pak Press And Sushma Will Counter In Delhi:NSA talks

[New Delhi]Sartaz,Trading On Hurriyat,To Address Pak Press And Sushma Will Counter In Delhi:NSA talks
As suspense mounted over holding of the Indo-Pak NSA-level talks after both sides hardened their positions on the issue of Kashmiri separatists, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today called a press conference in Delhi.Separatist Kashmiri Shabbir has already left for Delhi To Meet Pakistani N S A
A day before his scheduled departure for Delhi, Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz too has called a media meet in Islamabad at 1 PM (local time). Smt Sushma Swaraj will meet the press at 4 PM.
The Pakistan NSA is scheduled to hold discussions with his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval tomorrow and day after.
While India has made it clear to Pakistan that a meeting between the separatists and Aziz was not appropriate, Pakistan reacted strongly to insist that it would not depart from the “established past practice” of interacting with separatist Hurriyat leaders.
India has described the invitation to Hurriyat representatives as a “provocative action” and accused Pakistan of trying to evade its commitment to engage in a substantive discussion on terrorism as had been agreed between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Ufa (Russia) last month.
It said that Islamabad’s insistence on meeting Hurriyat leaders as a pre-condition was a complete departure from the Ufa understanding. Moreover, India has always held the position that there are only two, not three, stakeholders in the bilateral relationship.
Unilateral imposition of new conditions and “distortion of the agreed agenda cannot be the basis for going forward,” External Affairs Spokesperson Vikas Swarup had said yesterday.
Pakistan had said last night that it was “deeply disappointed” at India putting forth “pre-conditions” for NSA-level talks, accusing it of going back on the decision mutually agreed at the highest level by coming up with “frivolous pretexts”.
Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesman said.”This is the second time that India has chosen to go back on a decision mutually agreed upon between the two Prime Ministers, to engage in a comprehensive dialogue, by coming up with frivolous pretexts,”

Ex CM Dr Farooq Abdullah Urges Separatists To Allow Both Countries To Talk For Peace

[Srinagar,J&K] Ex CM Dr Farooq Abdullah Urges Separatists not to Meet Pak NSA.
He also Alleged That Separatists Are Getting Money From Both Sides Due To This Vested Interest They Keep Pot Boil Regularly,
NC leader Farooq Abdullah today urged separatist leaders not to meet Pakistan’s visiting NSA Sartaj Aziz so that the two countries can find a way of ending hostilities along the borders in J&K
Abdullah was responding to the Ministry of External Affairs’ ‘advice’ to Pakistan not to go ahead with Aziz’s engagement with the Kashmiri separatists during his visit to India for talks with NSA Ajit Doval on August 23.
Kashmiri veteran Leader said that if the talks are called off by India, cross-border shelling would resume,
He, meanwhile, slammed “vested interests” in both India and Pakistan for being opposed to peace prevailing in J-K.
National Conference spokesman Junaid Azim Mattu claimed that both India and Pakistan were trying to “wriggle out” of the dialogue process.
“While terrorism is a grave concern, any India-Pakistan talks without Kashmir on the agenda is not going to make much of a headway. The two countries are trying to wriggle out of the dialogue process,” said Mattu.
As to the MEA’s advice to Pakistan regarding that country’s NSA’s proposed meeting with separatists, Mattu said such interactions have been taking place in the past and there was nothing new in it.Dr Farukh Alleged that separatists have their vested interest they are getting money from both sides. This he said in front of TV Channel’s camera

India,Releasing Separatist Kashmiris,Advises Pak Against Aziz Meeting Them

[New Delhi]India, Releasing Hardliner Separatist Kashmiris ,Advises Pak Against Aziz Meeting Them
India today made it clear to Pakistan that it should not go ahead with the meeting of its NSA Sartaz Aziz with Hurriyat representatives here when he comes to hold talks with his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval, saying it will not be “appropriate”.
In a clear message to the Pakistan High Commission, which has invited hardline Kashmir separatist leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani and others separatists, India said such a meeting would not be in keeping with the spirit and intent of the understanding reached at UFA, Russia to jointly work to combat terrorism.
“India has advised Pakistan yesterday that it would not be appropriate for Sartaz Aziz to meet with Hurriyat representatives in India,” spokesperson in the External Affairs Ministry Vikas Swarup said in a tweet.
He tweeted that India has sought confirmation of its proposed agenda for the NSA-level talks that was conveyed to the Pakistani side on August 18.
The two NSAs are scheduled to meet in New Delhi for talks on terrorism-related issues for the first time on August 23, as decided in a meeting between Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif last month in Ufa in Russia.
Earlier Syed Ali Shah Geelani And Other Hardliner Separatist Kashmiri Leaders Were Detained In Srinagar And Released After Few Hours House Arrest