APHC – Kashmir Media Service

Srinagar, Jan 07 (KMS): In illegally Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) has condemned the relentless killings, arrests and other atrocities committed by Indian forces personnel across the territory.

The APHC spokesperson, in a statement released in Srinagar, said the freedom-loving people of Kashmir faced the worst Indian state terrorism with extreme courage in their just struggle to secure their inalienable right to freedom. self-determination.

Paying glowing tribute to the martyrs and precious sacrifices made by the brave people of Kashmir for the sacred cause of liberation from Indian subjugation, he said that despite Indian suppression and repression, the exemplary steadfastness displayed by the people of Kashmir had shaken off Indian military arrogance and completely bulldozed its nefarious designs to break the will of the Kashmiri people.

The APHC spokesperson hailed the valor of freedom-loving female prisoners of conscience languishing in Tihar and other prisons in India and the occupied territory, including Aasiya Andrabi, Naheeda Nasreen, Fehmeeda Sofi, Hina Bashir Beig, Aasiya Bano, Rasqeem Akhtar, Sheeba, Anjman Younis, Tabbasam Maqbool, Saima Akhter, Shazia Akhter, Saiqa Akhter, Aasiya Akhter and Naseema Begum. All these female detainees were incarcerated on fragile grounds and deprived of basic amenities, including hygienic food and medical care, he lamented.

The spokesperson urged the United Nations Human Rights Council and other human rights organizations to visit India’s hellish prisons and bear witness to the miserable lives of Illegally detained Hurriyat leaders and activists, including APHC Chairman Masarrat Aalam Butt, Shabbir Ahmed Shah. , Muhammad Yasin Malik, Aasiya Andrabi, Dr Shafi Shariati, Dr Muhammad Qasim Fakhtoo, Dr Ghulam Muhammad Butt, Ameer Hamza, Muhammad Yousaf Mir and Muhammad Yousaf Falahi.

He also urged the international community to support the just struggle of Kashmiris for the right to self-determination, to help put an end to the worst human rights violations perpetrated by Indian forces in the IIOJK and to play a role in resolving the continuing dispute in Kashmir in accordance with United Nations resolutions.

Thelma J. Longworth