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His Masters Voice

In Kashmir, Politics on 13 February, 2009 at 9:33 pm

Zahoor told the gathering that the present separatist leadership has failed to carry forward Maqbool’s mission. He disclosed that he is joining the separatist camp under the guidance Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Yasin Malik, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and others. (etalaat)

They failed, however I shall still call them my masters!

Yasin Malik and Ammanullah Khan fell apart from each other many a moons ago and yet Ammanullah Khan’s representative wants to work under the leadership of Yasin Malik. It is sad that everybody out there is cashing in on Maqbool Bhat, perhaps a revolutionary,knowing in their hearts that they want anything but what Maqbool Bhat wanted. Hashim Qureshi, the prime accussed in the Ganga Hijacking Case, runs a Maqbool Bhat Trust in Srinagar. He hijacked a plane of India and the same government is letting him stay free – but we do have another killer free as well: Bitta Karate! That is India’s democracy in Kashmir: killing innocents and protecting the killers, for the Killers can help them one fine day; the innocents will always demand one single thing: Azadi!


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  1. A day can come that all conflicts are resolved through peaceful understanding,mutual respect,respect of life,to treat others as one wants to be treated.This 2009 let there be freedom from our own demons,Let India shine Let India Shine as a fair society and not as someone oppressing people of Kashmir, Live and let live. Long live freedom, freedom of Kashmiris.

  2. Kashmir is atoot ang of India…the sooner people understand the sooner it will end misery…else Indians are ready to fight, whatever it takes. Ameen

  3. One day soon India and Pakistan will be forced to resolve the Kashmir issue, hopefully keeping in mind the wishes of the Kashmiri people. It’s very sad that I as a Kashmiri-origin Pakistani can’t visit Srinagar and people in Indian-held Kashmir can’t visit the other side.

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