IIOJK Residents Asked to Beware of India’s Malicious Agenda

Wed Apr 03 2024
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SRINAGAR:  Posters have once again emerged in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), urging residents to refrain from selling their properties, including land, to non-Kashmiris to protect future generations from the Hindutva RSS/BJP’s anti-Kashmir agenda.

According to Kashmir Media Service, these posters have been sighted in Srinagar and Baramulla, expressing opposition to the Hindutva BJP/RSS and their implementation of harsh policies detrimental to Kashmir’s interests, which distort the international perception of the territory’s reality.

The posters convey the message: “Avoid selling properties, including land, to non-Kashmiris, even if tempting offers are presented, as it poses a threat to the existence of future generations, reminiscent of the struggles faced by Palestinians today.”

They warn against the Hindutva RSS/BJP’s adoption of Israeli tactics in Jammu and Kashmir, with the aim of displacing Kashmiris from their ancestral lands by settling non-Kashmiris under the pretext of domicile certificates, backed by Indian forces.

Additionally, the posters shed light on the encroachment on Dogra lands in the Jammu region by the RSS/BJP, facilitating the settlement of non-Jammu Kashmiris and the preferential allocation of jobs and contracts to outsiders.

The posters urge Kashmiris to unite and resist attempts to transfer Kashmiri land to the Indian state of Maharashtra, denouncing it as a dangerous anti-Kashmir scheme orchestrated by the RSS/BJP. These messages have also been shared on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.  —APP

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