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Baleegh-ur-Rehman (Minister of State for Education and Interior):

“India has crossed every limit in Kashmir, victimizing the innocent Kashmiris just to stop them from demanding their due right of freedom. Acts of brutality are touching new heights. Recent wave of state torture against Kashmiris is worrisome. Pakistan is playing its due role in this regard by raising its voice at international forum and by supporting Kashmir cause. Prevailing circumstances in the valley are not acceptable. United Nations had decided to hold impartial plebiscite in Kashmir according to the aspiration of Kashmiri people but unfortunately India is still not ready to do so. World should take concrete steps to stop atrocities in held Kashmir. International community is not paying heed to the cries of Kashmiris which is quiet regrettable.”

Mirwaiz Umer Farooq (All parties Hurriyat leader): 

“Condition in Indian Occupied Kashmir is getting strained and regrettable fact is that India is sending more troops after the martyrdom of Burhan Wani. We have no expectations from international community as it is mum over the human rights violation in Occupied Kashmir . Kashmir is the political issue and should be solved on immediate basis. Now India cannot strangle the voice of Kashmiri youth. There is no denying that people feel a sense of desperation. People feel the government of India is just not ready to acknowledge the sentiments in Kashmir.”

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