World demanded to speak out against Indian state terrorism in IIOJK – Kashmir Media Service
Srinagar, September 21 (KMS): In illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir, the Kashmir Freedom Front and the Jammu and Kashmir Mass Movement have called on the international community to make its voice heard against the growing state terrorism of the United States. India on the territory.
The Kashmir Freedom Front spokesman, in a statement issued in Srinagar, expressed deep concern at the daily deterioration of the human rights situation in occupied Jammu and Kashmir. He said gross human rights violations were being committed by the Indian occupation forces with impunity. He deplored that freedom of expression and the right to assembly are in a state of suspension in the occupied territory.
The spokesperson called on international human rights organizations, including the United Nations Human Rights Council, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the International Committee of the Red Cross, to take note of the plight of Kashmiri detainees and to convince New Delhi to release them immediately.
Jammu and Kashmir’s mass movement information secretary Shabir Ahmed in a statement issued in Srinagar strongly condemned the Modi regime for assigning important institutions and highways in the occupied territory to personnel and officials. politicians of Indian forces. He said India is twisting the history of Kashmir by changing the names of all historic buildings, roads and important places in Jammu and Kashmir. He said steps were being taken to eradicate Jammu and Kashmir’s predominantly Muslim identity forever. However, he said India would never succeed in its nefarious designs.
Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir People’s Movement vice-president Abdul Majeed Malik and Jammu and Kashmir Freedom Movement vice-president Pir Panjal Qazi Imran, president of the Association of the Jammu and Kashmir people, Khalid Shabbir, in a joint statement in Islamabad, strongly condemned Indian state terrorism against Kashmiris in the occupied territory. .