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Guru is innocent: Mirwaiz, Shabir
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SRINAGAR, Nov 23: Describing Mohammad Afzal Guru as innocent, senior Hurriyat Conference (M) leaders Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Shabir Ahmad Shah have alleged that political parties in India are playing politics on the issue for their vested interests.

In a statement, Mirwaiz said the Indian political parties have started exploiting the Guru issue more. “Kashmiris are watching as to how Indian government and opposition parties are exploiting the issue for their vested political benefits. Guru is an innocent Kashmiri,” he said.

Referring to the recent court verdict on Lajpat Nagar incident, Hurriyat (M) chairman said it reflects that how the Indian political system misuses its institutions to reap political dividends and thereby stick to the power by means of such dirty tactics. To achieve this, he said t the Indian system keeps its own people and international community in the dark while as turn the innocent Kashmiri scapegoats by booking them in fictitious cases.

Mirwaiz asked the conscious people of India and civil society that who would be held accountable for wasting the 17 precious years of the Kashmiris who were acquitted by the court in Lajpat Nagar Bomb blast.

In his statement, Shabir Shah said Guru is innocent and was not involved in any subversive activities. He said the fact has also been recognized by Indian advocates.

“Afzal Guru is innocent and if he is hanged only because of being a Kashmiri then it will be considered that it is being done to quell the freedom struggle,” Shah said.

“They think that by hanging an innocent Kashmir will quell the freedom struggle but this is not the case. The authorities have not learnt a lesson. When they hanged Maqbool Butt the whole Kashmir valley erupted against it,” he said adding that it would be a clarion call for the whole Kashmiri nation to stand for their freedom struggle.


News Updated at : Friday, November 23, 2012
 
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