JRL calls for showing united stand
Trying to settle down the dust raised by the recent outburst by Hizbul militant Zakir Musa, the Joint Resistance Leadership, (JRL) Sunday asked all political and militant organization to follow freedom struggle with vision and wisdom.
Appealing to maintain unity, the leaders said that it is time to remain united and follow cherished goal with spirit of persistence and unity among all concerned factions.
In a statement issued here, the leadership said that the freedom movement is in its crucial stage and added that “we need to be careful as our enemy can derive advantage from prevailing crises.”
Commenting over recent controversies, leadership said that in nineties the situation was more awful and complex.
“We paid a great lot in terms of precious lives and kind,” said the statement. “We were engaged in petty and non-serious matters and as such instead of following logic we were swayed by our emotions. Disunity and differences proved disastrous in past. The enemy forces succeeded at various stages to sabotage our mission,” the statement added.
“We are following the freedom struggle and facing a shrewd enemy. Authorities choked our voice and now is the time to remain cautious,” it said.
“On one hand, they are hatching conspiracies and on the other are employing all their repressive measures and military might to sabotage movement, however, all political and militant factions have decided to face all these and remain united. We won’t allow them to create rifts among resistance camp or divide leadership and nation,” the statement quoting the leaders said.
“We succeeded to wave off the so-called terminology of hardliners and moderate, thus unified nation on one point program of freedom from forced occupation,” the statement said.
“Political and militant leadership are fully aware about all odds, we won’t succumb to any pressure, however history of unparalleled sacrifices has enabled us to stand against such grim situations,” the statement said.
Addressing youth, the leadership said that our youth need to learn much more from senior leadership.
“We all need to go hand in hand and work together to achieve our mission,” the leaders said.