JKYAC condemns statement of Youth All India Kashmiri Samaj

JK Youth Sharnarthi Action Committee (JKYAC) has strongly condemned the statement of Youth All India Kashmiri Samaj, in which they said that PoK refugees became refugees due to partition, whereas there is no an iota of truth in this and this is totally wrong, misleading and untrue.
In his statement, Iqbal Singh Iqbal general secretary suggested the members of YAIKS must read the history and then make any statement in public rather to mislead the people by issuing false and concocted statements. He said that YAIKS should know that J&K state had nothing to do with partition of Sub Continent and moreover the issue of partition of was over on August 15, 1947, whereas the Pakistan army and the then terrorists known as qabalies made first attack on October 20 and started a genocide, which is the second largest genocide in the world in which more than 70000 persons including kids and women were brutally murdered within a period of less than 2 months. He said that it was the first ethnic cleansing in the Sub Continent, which should be understood by such persons who are giving wrong statements and trying to distort the fact and history. He said that PoK refugees not fled to save their lives but they were ousted from their native place as the army of Pakistan occupied the land. He said PoK refugees instead of fleeing away to save their lives, they defended the border unarmed from October 20 to October 26 till the Mahraja Hari Singh signed the document of accession with the Indian union. He said, “If PoK refugees than had not defended the border with great bravery and that too unarmed then the Pak army had captured Maharaja Hari Singh and had annexed the state with Pakistan.” He said due to PoK refugees sacrifices the J&K is with India, which had provided time to Maharaja Hari Singh to sign the instrument of accession. He asked the members of YAIKS to update their knowledge before issuing any misleading statement in public so that they may not lost their relevance.

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