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SRINAGAR, December 6

Kashmir’s top separatists leading the current agitation  today  re-opened the doors of Kashmir Valley  to the tourists and pilgrims from all over the world, including India , declaring them that they would be safe .

This statement issued  in the name of the “ joint resistance leadership” is a big window opening toward normalcy for the invitation to tourists – foreigners and Indians- shows that the  separatists were willing to restore more signs of normalcy  because tourists need  an atmosphere of peace, normalcy and the free movement to enjoy  the beauty.

Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mrwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik , who have been in the forefront of the agitation  since July 8, which crippled the life in the Valley, surprised  the Valley and the intending tourists and pilgrims to Kashmir with the  statement welcoming them to  “ Kashmiri hospitality and beauty of paradise on earth”- the  poetic name of  the Valley.


The leadership  invoked the Islamic teachings to  assure “ safeguarding “ visitors and “ providing exemplary  hospitality and safety and   hospitality,” with a theme that  “ we have been taught hospitality, humanity and safeguarding the rights of guests by our great religion.”

Separatists who had been facing pressure from the tourist industry that suffered huge loss  due to the  unrest triggered by the death of  Hixb-ul-Mujahadeen Commander Burhan Wani in  July , today  declared Valley open for tourists  ahead of the winter season.

While wholeheartedly welcoming the tourists and Yatrees who intend to visit Kashmir, joint leadership said that “our religion Islam and the prophet of Islam  have taught us to be kind with our guests and serve them and safeguard their rights at every cost. This is also embedded in our Kashmiri culture and ethics and that is why our hospitality has been exemplary throughout the history. “

Joint separatists Leadership said that “ millions of tourists from the world including India have been visiting Kashmir, from centuries and enjoying the mesmerizing beauty of this paradise on earth and also the unparallel hospitality of our people.”