Srinagar: All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) on Wednesday asked people to be wary of ‘mischief mongers and agencies who are spreading rumours’ through some media outlets that some APHC leader led by the Mirwaiz group has reached out to New Delhi asking for “apology.”
On Tuesday, a local news gathering agency Kashmir Dot Com (KDC) had reported that three pro-freedom leaders from Kashmir valley had met top leadership in Delhi for the first time after revocation of autonomy and bifurcation of the state into two Union territories.
KDC quoting highly placed sources reported that three pro-freedom leaders including a top Hurriyat leader met top political leadership in New Delhi after the August 2019 episode.
Adding that the leaders have tendered unconditional apology for their past activities.
Meanwhile, reacting to the news, Mirwaiz led APHC in a statement issued reiterated its stand regarding the “peaceful and just political resolution of the Kashmir dispute through dialogue as per the aspirations of its people,” and said it “stands firm on its stand.”
It further said it’s chairman has been illegally and arbitrarily detained at home for the past one and a half years by authorities and his basic human rights stand suspended all for advocating people’s aspirations.