Yasin Malik says no dialogue with fascists, they only know to kill Kashmiris
SRINAGAR, May 17 (SABAH): All Parties Hurriyat Conference (G) has said that police didn’t allow its Chairman Syed Ali Geelani to see his doctors, who have advised him to undergo some routine medical tests and calibration of pacemaker.
In a statement, Hurriyat (G) spokesman Ayaz Akbar said that “Syed Ali Geelani is suffering from multiple ailments and it was a routine checkup to monitor the functioning of pacemaker which was fixed ten years back.” “Date, time and venue for routine checkup was fixed with specialists in SMHS hospital, however police informed us that they have received directives from their higher ups and didn’t allow him to move for medical consultation.
The concerned doctors were informed about the situation and later at about 3 pm, though SHO police station Budgam in person informed that permission has been granted, however it was too late. It is sheer bullying and state terrorism,” the spokesman said condemning the police action.
“The matter related to cardiac issues are sensitive and it is like playing with his (Geelani’s) life. There is no constitutional or moral justification for this,” the spokesman added.
Meanwhile Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik accused New Delhi of following rigid policies in Kashmir today and said that there can be no dialogue with the people who follow fascist ideology.
Speaking at a joint seminar held at Hurriyat Conference (M) Rajbagh headquarters, Malik said that united leadership has irritated Delhi like anything and efforts were on to break the unity.
“It is time to hail and appreciate the contribution of every single person who is affiliated with the (freedom) movement. There can be no dialogue with the fascists like RSS and BJP as they know only one language which is to kill and muzzle the genuine dissent,” Malik said.
The seminar was organised to pay homage to Mirwaiz Moulana Muhammad Farooq and Abdul Gani Lone on their anniversaries and the martyrs of Hawal massacre of May 21, 1990.