RNA – Hujjat al-Islam Sayyed Muhammad-Hadi al-Musawi al-Safawi, the president of Anjuman-e Shari’ Shi’ayan in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir, expressed regret over the tensions between India and Pakistan and the recent air strikes by both countries and said, “In the event of a war between India and Pakistan, the problems between the countries will be worsened.”
Speaking to the public gathering in Central Imambargah in Budgam, the Kashmiri Shi’ah scholar said that both countries should end the tensions between them and find a peaceful solution to the problems through negotiations and added, “Both India and Pakistan are armed with nuclear weapons and both countries will be destroyed in the event of a nuclear strike. Therefore, its necessary to resolve mutual issues with delicacy.”
Hujjat al-Islam al-Musawi al-Safawi said that today, the world will again realize that the problem of Kashmir is a very sensitive problem and if it’s not immediately resolved according to the wishes of the people, it can become a dangerous situation which will not only impact this region but rather the whole world will be affected.”
His Eminence added, “In the present situation, the Indian media is working to fan the flames of war.”
He said that due to the possibility of war, the people are afraid and continuous air patrols have crushed the spirits of the people of Kashmir.
In other comments, Hujjat al-Islam al-Musawi al-Safawi condemned the ban on the Jamaat-e-Islami of Jammu and Kashmir by the government of India, saying, “Jamaat-e Islami is a leading and active party that has played a significant role in the social and educational fields and it’s a unfortunate step to ban it.”
He said that the Hindu extremist groups, such as the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), are targeting Muslims and Islamic religious symbols and impeding India’s religious tolerance.
Hujjat al-Islam al-Musawi al-Safawi said that the ban on Jamaat-e-Islami has upset the feelings of the Kashmiri people and they are frustrated due to the situation.
He appealed to the government of India to revise their decision.
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