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PR || 31 Aug 2010: Farooq Abdullah is more loyal than King – Muhammad Farooq Rehmani

Farooq Abdullah is more loyal than King – Muhammad Farooq Rehmani    

Islamabad, 31 Aug, 2010: Muhammad Farooq Rehmani Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League while condemning Farooq Abdulla’s aspersions on the current mode of the Kashmir’s struggle for freedom has said that only a stone-hearted man can be blind to so much innocent blood in the streets of Kashmir. He said that as a minister in the Indian cabinet the ex Chief Minister wanted to please both the rulers of Delhi and BJP and, was ‘more loyal than King.’ Rejecting his obsolete claim about the accession with India, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said that it was a fabricated story of the past, besides not being in tone with the ground realities of Kashmir, adding that the claim of accession was devoid of moral and political basis. “It is only a forced military occupation”, he said. He asked Farooq Abdullah to recollect his slogan of Azadi when he had raised it in Muzaffarabad and Mirpur in 1960s before the death of Pt. Nehru. If the slogan was right then, why it could be orchestrated today, he questioned. He said that by and large the world was acknowledging the home-grown character of the present mass struggle of the Kashmiris and hearts and minds supported it on the basis of intuition and inspiration from the All Merciful and Gracious Allah-the Creator of the Universe.

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