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Kashmiri hardliners see Jinnah in danger

Dec 25, 2006:

Dukhtaran i Millat chairperson Asiya Andrabi addressing the seminar in Srinagar
Srinagar:- Hardline separatist leaders in Indian administered Kashmir have expressed grave concern over the state of affairs in Pakistan, which they term as threat to the ideology and personality of the country’s founder Mohammed Ali Jinnah.

Speaking at the first ever seminar held on Mohammed Ali Jinnah in Srinagar, summer capital of Kashmir, Asiya Andrabi, chairperson of Dukhtaran I Millat (Daughters of faith) said “the biggest threat Pakistan is facing today is that ideology of its founder Mohammed Ali Jinnah is being eradicated and people are shown invented image of that great figure”. It is an irony that the country he made has started forgetting him and his principles under the pressure from western powers and India, she further said. Mohammed Ali Jinnah was a great Islamic leader who carved out an Islamic republic out of India, not only for local Muslims but for entire Muslim ummah, she said. Criticising the Pakistan’s changing stand on Kashmir, she said “let everyone know that K in Pakistan stands for Kashmir and Pakistan will cease to exist without Kashmir”.

Another hardliner Jamaat I Islami leader Mohammed Ashraf Sehrai, while speaking in the Jammu Kashmir Muslim League organised seminar lamented that Mohammed Ali Jinnah was always misquoted and mis-represented in his life time and now the same has attained record intensity. “Even the very basic two nation theory is being denounced” he said while referring to the changed Pakistani curriculum which explains that Muslim deprivation and not religion was responsible for division of Indian subcontinent in 1947. The seminar was organised on the occasion of 130th birthday anniversary of Mohammed Ali Jinnah. Ghulam Nabi Sumji while representing the hardline group of All Parties Hurriet Conference said that M A Jinnah’s dream was to merge Kashmir with Pakistan and all of us will continue to strive for the achievement of the same goal, even if the Pakistan leadership supports us or not.

The seminar continued to reverberate from time to time with the slogans raised in favour of Kashmir’s accession with Pakistan.


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