Aasiya expresses concern over India’s ‘housing plan’ in IOK

Srinagar, April 23, 2016 (PPI-OT):In occupied Kashmir, the Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM), Aasiya Andrabi has expressed serious concern over India’s plan to build some structures in the territory for homeless people, saying that the move is aimed at changing the demographic composition of the territory.

Aasiya Andrabi in a statement issued in Srinagar said that after the Kashmiri people protested and foiled India’s design to set up separate colonies for non-Kashmiris, the Indian rulers were exploring new ways to fulfil their agenda.“It is surprising as who and where are homeless people in Kashmir? By the grace of Allah all of us are bestowed with big or small houses and no state subject is compelled to sleep on footpaths here,” the DeM Chairperson said.

She said that even if there were some homeless people in the territory and Delhi wanted to rehabilitate them without any hidden agenda, then the non state subjects should not have been made eligible to get the benefit of this doubtful scheme. “New Delhi is, overtly or covertly, trying to settle non-state subjects in Kashmir to change its demography,” she pointed out.

The DeM Chairperson said that the Muslim majority of occupied Kashmir would never allow any such move that was actually aimed at changing the demography of the territory. She said that Hurriyet leadership needed to make people understand about the ill intentions of the Indian government.

Meanwhile, Aasiya Andrabi, while referring to NC leader, Farooq Abdullah’s statement that Kashmiris loved Pakistan, said, “Farooq Abdullah has finally accepted what is already known to every sane person. It is clear Kashmiris love that country since the day it was created.”

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