LAHORE The younger generation of Kashmir has tilt neither towards Pakistan nor India and considers that their independence will not harm Pakistan in any way. They do not want to remain under Indian slavery either, said Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Geelani while talking to Nawa-i-Waqt on Saturday. Geelani said they were determined to stand against the cruelty and barbarism of the Indian forces and they would fight till their last breath. They wont accept any solution to the Kashmir dispute within the Indian Constitution, he said, adding the Kashmiris should be given opportunity to exercise their right to self-determination. He said India was fully aware of the fact that the Kashmiris would never remain silent over their right of getting independence, while as a last resort to the crush their movement the Indian forces had started genocide of the Kashmiris. Commenting upon Shah Mehmood Qureshis recent statements, Geelani said instead of upholding historical viewpoint over Kashmir, the indifference and flexibility of Pakistan had caused an irreparable loss to their movement of independence, and India had earned more relief in such circumstances. If the head of the state opines that there was no threat from India, what message it will convey to the Kashmiri people. Perhaps only the Kashmiris can imagine it, said the veteran Kashmiri leader. Terming the internal situation of Kashmir critical, Geelani said the kids in Kashmir prefer independence to milk, and hence one could imagine how serious the movement of independence had become in Occupied Kashmir. Answering a question, he said the Indian rulers and media men were sick of listening the name of Pakistan and their hatred for this country was evident from their faces. If Pakistan takes a humble position before the afore-mentioned people, the Kashmiri people would be feeling distressed. He said that the Kashmiris had already rejected the Pak-India talks to resolve the issue, and they are of the opinion that it was an organised attempt to sabotage the independence movement. The people talking of Aman Ki Asha were in fact trying to influence the independence movement in pursuance of some foreign agenda, he said, adding that such a wish of peace would degrade the Kashmiris and they could not be seduced by such tactics. He said that owing to the cruelty unleashed by India in the occupied Kashmir, the United Nations should cancel its membership, but instead there was a discussion to award India the membership of Security Council which was adding fuel to the fire. About US President Obamas visit to India at the end of this year, Geelani said America, Israel and India had anti-Islam agenda and no good should be expected from them. Replying to another question, he said all the Kashmiri leaders were unanimous over the independence of Kashmir, however, the people belonging to National Conference were struggling for internal independence while his struggle was aimed at getting the right to self-determination.