Islamabad: A Mujahideen leader has asked Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to avoid showing a “unilateral tilt” towards his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi.
“Nawaz Sharif’s unilateral tilt towards Modi and exchange of letters and saris is hurting Kashmiris and impairing their cause,” Syed Salahuddin, chairman of the United Jihad Council (UJC), said at a gathering.
The gathering in Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistan-ministered Kashmir, was held to commemorate the sacrifices of 21 Kashmiris who were gunned down by the despotic Dogra regime outside Srinagar’s Central Jail in 1931.
The meeting was organised by the UJC, an alliance of over a dozen terrorist groups fighting Indian rule in the other half of Kashmir.
Salahuddin, who is also the supreme commander of Hizbul Mujahideen, asked Sharif not to take any decision that could neutralise the sacrifices of the Kashmiris.
“If Al Qaeda, Taliban or any other organisation or country extends a helping hand to the oppressed Kashmiris, we will welcome it,” Salahuddin said.