MIRPUR (APP) - Ahead of Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singhs two-day whirlwind visit (starting on June 7) to the troubled Indian-Kashmir, senior Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has ruled out any dialogue with Indian government, saying the people of Kashmir would not accept any thing less than complete freedom from New Delhis long subjugation. Addressing a seminar on 'Census and Eight per cent Reservation in Srinagar late Saturday, Geelani said, Indian prime minister is coming to Indian-held Kashmir. There is no point in talking to him as talks with govt of India yield nothing and the people of Jammu and Kashmir will not accept anything less than freedom. He said the dialogues during the past 63 years had yielded nothing, adding that there had been talks on Kashmir issue 132 times in last six decades. Let Indian government accept Jammu Kashmir state as disputed territory and then the dialogue can be held, the elderly Hurriyat leader said. Recalling the sacrifices made by the thousands of Kashmiris for complete freedom, he warned if both India and Pakistan reached to any solution short of freedom, the people of Jammu and Kashmir would not accept it. Nothing less than right to self-determination is acceptable to Kashmiris." The solutions like pre-53 position, self-rule, autonomy, and four-point formula and joint management are not acceptable, Geelani categorically said, adding that no one would be allowed to sell the sacrifices. He disclosed that the first-ever visiting two-member Amnesty International (AI) team met him at his Hyderpora residence. I told them that there is urgent need to address the Kashmir issue. We have been promised a plebiscite by the UN. Geelani said the Amnesty team was also briefed about constant excesses by the occupying Indian troops and security agencies. The Indian government is using every tactic to suppress the voice Kashmir. They kill the innocent Kashmiris, rape and molest the woman, burn the properties, he said. Regarding the reported eight per cent reservation for scheduled castes in inter district recruitment, Geelani termed it as a part of the conspiracy on the part of the Indian government and her puppets in the state against rights of Kashmir Muslims. The reservation will have a devastating impact on the social facets of Muslim majority districts in the state and it will also affect the economic situation, he remarked. He further said India was trying hard to tamper with the Muslim majority population ratio in the state through census by including non-state subjects in the population. The Hurriyat leader said during his visit to Kupwara last week, the people informed him that banned sawmills were being run by the occupying Indian Army in their camps. They, particularly the officers make furniture and take it to their homes, thus looting our forests, he said, adding that nearly 500,000 trees were fell down by the Indian army in Shopian for establishing their headquarters.