LAHORE - Hizbul Mujahideen Kashmir Chief Syed Salahuddin has said that success of the struggle for liberation of Kashmir is very much imminent now and also in the interest of India itself, because any delay in giving the Kashmiris their right of self-determination will pose a threat to Indias solidarity and survival. He said the campaign, 'Amn Ki Aasha (Hope of Peace), is, in fact, meant for influencing the current movement for self-determination and liberation of Kashmir, but the people with such heinous intention should bear in mind that peace could not be maintained through these measures, particularly when India continued to kill innocent people, violate human rights and play with the chastity of women. Salahuddin was talking in the 'Waqt News programme 'Agla Qadam Thursday. Answering a question, he said the struggle for independence of Kashmir was taking a decisive turn. Every Kashmiri right from eight-year-old child to elderly man is imbued with the spirit of independence, and is on the front line. He said the Indian offer for a dialogue was nothing but a device to trap Kashmiri leadership, as well as, Pakistan. He claimed that New Delhi had lost control over the uprising, a fact testified by the Indian intelligence authorities. The militant commander said the entire Kashmiri leadership, including Syed Ali Gilani, was of the view that it was useless to negotiate with India unless it agreed to accept Kashmir as a disputed territory and express readiness to sit on the table with Pakistan and Kashmiris for resolving the issue. He said Kashmir would have got independence, had Pakistan not committed some blunders. It is unlucky, he said, that the people of Pakistan did not take account of their rulers who preferred to retreat on Kashmir, caring little for what Quaid-e-Azam had said. He claimed that the idea of autonomous Kashmir had been coined in Pakistan after 1980 and Pakistani rulers showed their weakness, particularly Gen (r) Musharraf who yielded to the US pressure, but nobody came to intercept him. He opined that Pakistan should have kept up pressure on India through Muslim Ummah. If Islamic world severs diplomatic relations with India in support of Kashmir issue, India is sure to give up, he said. He was of the view that the United States, Israel and India were working an army agenda and had been declaring Pakistan a centre of terrorism, but even then Pakistan was working as a frontline state for America. He opined that Indias membership of the UN should be cancelled rather than giving it a seat in the Security Council.