Hardline Hurriyat Conference today said people will continue to wave Pakistan flags at its rallies in Kashmir, as it termed the neighbour country a “well wisher”.
Jitendra Singh also said that MEA is yet to take a final call over Geelani’s request for an Indian passport.
Geelani further said RSS are not going to succeed because their plans are against humanity, against nature,” he added.
The leaders have already approached the Geelani-led faction seeking their inclusion into the separatist fold.
Police filed a case against Geelani and Masarat for ‘provocative activities and hoisting of Pakistani flags’.
Omar was replying to a question about the PDP batting for talks with Pakistan and Hurriyat to resolve Kashmir issue.
Earlier, Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit had said India was not against it inviting the Kashmiri separatist leaders.
In a recent interview, Bukhari said Omar had paid him Rs 15 lakh for arrest of Hurriyat leader Masarat Alam and told him why he didn’t bump him off.
India must find a way to make the Pakistan army an interlocutor.
Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Hurriyat hardliner, sees same motives, different approach in PDP and BJP
“The meeting has come at a time when high-level talks have resumed between India and Pakistan,” said Togadia.
The directions came at a detailed review meeting held by Mufti Sayeed with the DGP.
Akbar termed Sayeed’s remarks as “ridiculous” and “unrealistic”.
It said that Hurriyat will fight against any attempt aimed at eroding the special status of J&K or its demographic change
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj also blamed Pakistan for ‘spoiling’ foreign secretary talks.