While addressing a gathering here said he said that the cold-blooded murder of the civilians is a manifestation of naked and brute aggression by a totalitarian regime that is at war against unarmed civilians, whom it has kept captive and suppressed for their territory.
He said that the silence of the international community has emboldened the Indian state further which is extremely painful.
He paid tributes to the martyred civilians. “The nation owes it to these brave men and to their supreme sacrifice of life that the great cause of freedom and justice for Kashmir be carried on by all till the attainment of these ideals,” Haider added.
He said people of occupied Kashmir have been striving for their right to self-determination since 1931 in general and since 1989 in particular by offering all kinds of sacrifices and enduring all kinds of hardships.
He said these sacrifices will bear fruit and Kashmiris will see the dawn of freedom provided we stay united, firm in our resolve and patient. He condemned the action on the peaceful protest demonstrations, marches and Azadi rallies in occupied Kashmir.
Meanwhile, addressing a big gathering of all political parties’ activists on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha he said indiscriminate use of pellet guns, PAVA shells, tear gas shells, stun grenades and pepper grenades was resulting in injuries of hundreds of persons.
Earlier, the prime minister led a protest rally against India in capital and addressed the public at upper Adda.