In occupied Kashmir, itself illegally detained Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik says Indian troops are involved in killing, beating and arresting people without the discrimination of age and gender.
In a statement in Srinagar’s Soura hospital where he is currently admitted for treatment of back pain. He said killing and destruction have become the trademark of Indian democracy in Kashmir.
He said Indian rulers and their forces are treating Jammu and Kashmir as their conquered colony where all fundamental human rights are being trampled by these brute forces with impunity.
Kashmir Traders and Manufactures Federation held a protest demonstration in Srinagar against human rights violations perpetrated by Indian troops in Kashmir.
They assembled at Press Colony and chanted slogans against the Indian authorities for unleashing a reign of terror in the territory. Indian police subjected the protesters to brute force.
Meanwhile, Indian police arrested Hurriyat leader, Hilal Ahmed War, and Kashmir Economic Alliance Co-Chairman, Farooq Ahmed Dar during raids on their residences in Srinagar, today.
Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir in a statement condemned slapping of draconian Public Safety Act on Hurriyat activists as a sheer injustice.
A special court of India’s National Investigation Agency issued a production warrant against Dukhtaran-e-Millat Chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi, Fehmeeda Sofi, and Naheeda Nasreen for Wednesday.
The NIA arrested the three Kashmiri women leaders on 6th of July, this year, and were shifted to New Delhi in a fake case registered against them in April.
Noted Indian rights activist and Secretary of All India Union of Forest Working People, Roma Mallick said peoples in Jammu and Kashmir and Palestine are fighting for ‘Azadi’ from India and Israel, who are exploiting their land and natural resources.
Addressing a function in Jamm, Roma extended her support to the people of Jammu and Kashmir in their struggle for right to self-determination.
She said it was shameful that Indian Home Minister had called the stone-pelting Kashmiri children as ‘Pakistani agents’.
A large number of peace and rights activists, students and journalists attended the function.