APHC condemns rise of Indian state terrorism at IOJK – Kashmir Media Service


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Srinagar, October 29 (KMS): In illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir, the Hurriyat Conference of All Parties (APHC) condemned the new round of state terrorism initiated by the fascist Indian regime led by Modi against the student fraternity and Kashmiri youth in the territory and in India, under the pretext of celebrating Pakistan’s victory in the T20 World Cup match in Dubai.

The APHC spokesperson in a statement released in Srinagar lamented India’s uncivilized and conservative behavior that cannot be imagined in the modern world. He condemned the beating of three Kashmiri students by lawyers and court staff in the premises of a court in Agra, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

He attacked the Indian fascist regime for using its legal system to punish young people from the IIOJK for the baseless allegations made against them. He called the court order a political vendetta in which innocent young people were sentenced to more than ten years in prison, who spent decades together in hellish prisons in India for the crimes they they never committed.

The APHC spokesperson, while paying rich tributes to another martyred civilian in Baramulla during a fake encounter led by Indian forces, said the freedom-loving people of Kashmir were watching the brutalities very carefully and the Indian genocide, in particular the murder, arrest and torture of the territory’s highly skilled cream and the common people. Their level of alienation against the Indian force occupation has reached a peak that is beyond Indian imagination, he added.

The spokesperson urged the United Nations to take notice of the widespread killings, random arrests, the use of draconian laws with impunity and human rights violations perpetrated by the fascist Indian regime led by Modi in the occupied territory.

He called for a resolution of the Kashmir dispute in accordance with UN resolutions for the best interests of world peace and prosperity and demanded an immediate end to the genocide and human rights violations at the IIOJK at the hands of brutal Indian military forces.

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Thelma J. Longworth

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