The silence of the international community on Indian state terrorism in the IIOJK deplored – Kashmir Media Service


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Srinagar, December 08 (KMS): In illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir, the chairman of the Islamic Political Party, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash, has lamented the silence of the world community on the escalation of Indian State terrorism on the territory.

Muhammad Yousuf Naqash in a statement released in Srinagar said India was committing shameful acts in the IIOJK without hindrance. He said the criminal silence adopted by the world community had encouraged New Delhi to continue its brutalities against innocent Kashmiris.

He said the IIOJK has been practically turned into a prison and slaughterhouse where innocent people are arrested and killed on a daily basis …
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Srinagar, December 08 (KMS): In illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir, Islami President Tanzeem-e-Azadi Abdul Samad Inqalabi has expressed grave concern at the miserable plight of detained Hurriyat leaders and activists illegally languishing in different prisons. of the territory and India.

According to the Kashmir Media Service, Abdul Samad Inqalabi, in a statement issued in Srinagar, said that detained leaders and activists were deprived of basic facilities, including medical care and hygienic food, according to the prison manual, due to whose lives were at stake. He said the Indian government was not releasing the female leaders Hurriyat, Aasiya Andrabi, Fehmeeda Sofi and Naheeda Nasreen, despite suffering from various ailments constituting a serious human rights violation.

He called on the UN Security Council and international human rights organizations to take note of the murder and unlawful arrest of young Kashmiris and to pressure India to end its murder. state terrorism in the IIOJK and immediately release all Kashmiri detainees.

Abdul Samad Inqalabi expressed his deep sorrow and sorrow at the passing of Hurriyat leader, Engineer Farooq Ahmad Khan, and paid him rich tributes. He said Engineer Farooq had spent much of his life in prison and that his services for the freedom movement will always be remembered.

Meanwhile, the Kashmir Freedom Front spokesman in a statement in Srinagar condemned the killing of innocent Kashmiris by Indian troops during fake encounters at IIOJK. He called on the world community to hold India accountable for its war crimes in the occupied territory.

He said that peace will continue to elude South Asia until the Kashmir dispute is resolved in accordance with the aspirations of the Kashmiris and the relevant UN resolutions.

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Thelma J. Longworth