Srinagar: The senior pro-freedom leader Shabir Ahmad Shah on Wednesday said that Rashtriya Swayemsevak Sangh (RSS) and Jan Pariwar members in BJP-led government were behind the calling-off Indo-Pak foreign secretary level talks.
Addressing a press conference at his residence in Sanat Nagar here, he said, “Leaders of India and its people have adopted provocative policies to instigate violence in Kashmir.”
Lashing out Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, he said, “He and his ideologues are dreaming ‘Mission-44’ in Jammu and Kashmir to make BJP-led government here.
Shah said the Modi’s dream is to make India a super power. “That dream will never be achieved till Kashmir dispute is not resolved,” he said, adding: “Mr Modi must strive to address long pending Kashmir dispute in his tenure, his name will be recalled in history forever.”
About the meeting with Pakistan Commissioner Abdul Basit, he claimed, they (Pakistan) have ‘agreed providing its moral, political and diplomatic support till Kashmir’s right to self-determination’. “It’s highly appreciable from Pakistan’s stand at this juncture for their constant support,” he said.
The senior leader said that they are ready to talk. “Our stand is clear we want result oriented tripartite dialogue if India is not comfortable with UN resolutions.” he said.
He revealed that he is touch with other resistance leaders over ‘coordination’. “Geelani in his talk at airport too addressed about the making of coordination. We are going to sit and discuss further strategies,” he said.
Shah said: “Those who want to suppress the movement while supporting pro India parties are anti-Kashmiris, people will never forgive those who support communal
Shah lashed out at opposition Congress, which earlier had invited Hurriyat leaders for dialogue during its tenure, and said: “now they, Congress, are questioning the legitimacy of meeting of separatist leaders with the Pakistan High Commissioner. They have no authority and no right to question.”
Shah said Modi needs to address Kashmir dispute at UN next week. (GNS)