IOK people asked to beware of Indian collaborators
Srinagar, August 24, 2019 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the people have been warned to beware of Indian collaborators who are trying to approach their Indian masters to bring the members of extremist Hindu organizations like Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and other Hindutva forces to the territory to make the Kashmiris slaves and snatch their everything including religious identity.
The warning has been issued through posters and handbills by Hurriyat activists after the news reports that a team of Indian Intelligence officials reached out to the pro-India politicians. The team comprising senior officials of Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) met some politicians, who have been under so-called detention since the repeal of special status of the occupied territory by the Indian government. The special team camped in Srinagar for two days and returned on Friday.
The posters and handbills read, “India has imposed war on the people. Who invited India to our motherland; collaborators, and they entered in our homes. We lost our generations, honour, and now they are after our identity and rights.”
The posters and handbills warned that the Indian collaborators are now meeting their Indian masters to bring RSS to make the Kashmiris slaves and one day they might lose their everything including religion. “We will not accept this. We will not become slaves of RSS. Now we will fight and support our youth. We are a united nation. We will burn down property of collaborators and we will stone them to death,” they added.
The posters and handbills said, “They (collaborators) will not be trusted and they have just one path – to become part of us and that is Hurriyat line, no to Indian Constitution and call for civil disobedience. Nothing less is acceptable to us.” “India you have to leave our Kashmir, we will not let our Jammu and Kargil brothers alone. We will jointly get our complete Kashmir liberated from you, India. We are very clear. Go India go back,” the posters and handbills added.
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