Hurriyat Conference Has Become Completely Inactive

Hurriyat Conference has become completely inactive: Kashmir. For the first time in 74 years, the separatists also gave up on becoming the voice of Pakistan.

Separatists have also started weaning after becoming the voice of Pakistan in Kashmir. This is the first time in 74 years that no one is advocating Pakistan’s agenda in Kashmir.

Even the Hurriyat Conference has become completely inactive. Even Pakistan is not finding any successor of Syed Ali Shah Geelani. Geelani’s sons have also shied away from the legacy of their father’s separatist politics.

Since 1989 in Jammu and Kashmir, the Hurriyat Conference was carrying forward the agenda of Pakistan. Radical Syed Ali Shah Geelani has been speaking the dialect of Pakistan in Kashmir.

From Pakistan’s power system to ISI and various jihadi organizations also did not give much preference to any other separatist leader other than Geelani in Kashmir.

Pakistan’s hand has always been on the head of Gilani and his supporters.

Hurriyat Conference activities in Kashmir seemed to slow down a bit in late 2016. This was the time when Geelani’s health seemed to be leaving him completely.

Along with this, the voice of the supporters of Pakistan also started to slow down.

During this, Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI, by contacting many separatist leaders involved in the moderate camp of Hurriyat, tried to activate them on the anti-India agenda, but without success.

Meanwhile, Geelani accused Pakistan of changing Kashmir policies last year and completely distanced himself from the Hurriyat Conference.

Earlier, he handed over the command of Tehri-e-Hurriyat to his confidante Mohammad Ashraf Sahrai. Sehrai was made the acting president of the radical Hurriyat after Geelani separated himself from the Hurriyat.

However, Sahrai is no longer in this world, he has died of corona and Geelani is lying on the bed. He has also been a victim of dementia.

According to his close friends, he cannot get out of bed and has not met any separatist leader. The rhetoric has also stopped.

Sons also shied away from taking over the legacy: Separatist leaders like Masarat Alam, Dr. Qasim Fakhtoo and Asiya Andrabi could have succeeded Geelani and Sahrai, as they are supporters of Pakistan’s AJD.

They are all in jail. Qasim Fakhtu is serving life imprisonment, Asiya is a woman and Masrat is also not expected to come out for the time being.

Geelani’s sons have also been avoiding the legacy of their father’s separatist politics for fear of NIA.

Such silence for the first time in the separatist camp: Kashmir affairs expert Mukhtar Ahmed Baba said that for the first time there is such silence in the separatist camp of Kashmir.

The way the central government has cracked down on separatist leaders since the year 2017, no one is ready to go to Tihar Jail.

Liberal Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Maulvi Umar Farooq along with Bilal Gani Lone, Prof. Mukhtar Waza.

Many separatist leaders including Abdul Ghani, Agha Syed Hasan Budgam, Maulana Iftikhar Hussain Ansari, Ghulam Nabi Sumji,.

GM Hubbi are presently in Kashmir, but far from anyone raising their voice against New Delhi, now speaking on issues like electricity and water.

Advocate Mian Qayoom who used to advocate Pakistani agenda in Kashmir everywhere is sitting in complete silence after returning from Tihar.

More than a dozen separatist leaders including Shakeel Bakshi, Shaukat Bakshi, Yasin Malik of JKLF, Firdous Shah of DPM, Shahid-ul-Islam, Altaf Fantosh, Shabbir Shah, Naeem Khan are in Tihar.

The hope of their coming out is negligible in the current situation. Many properties are being confiscated.

Separatist camp is silently suffering wounds:

Senior journalist and expert of Kashmir Ahmed Ali Fayaz said that the way the central government has hurt the separatists after the abrogation of Article 370, they are silently suffering their wounds.

For the first time, the central government has given a message in Kashmir that it is not the Banana Republic. So now no one wants to be the voice of Pakistan in Kashmir.

When no one in Kashmir will take the name of Pakistan, then on what basis will Pakistan talk about Kashmiris? The ISI’s attempt to revive the Hurriyat failed.

All we can say is that the ISI is no longer finding a successor to Geelani. So it will try to create a new sapling in the separatist camp.

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