APHC concerned at harassment of Kashmiri students in India
In the 31st session of United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva Speakers have said that defending the right to self-determination is not terrorism under international law.
According to Kashmir Media Service, the Kashmiri delegation attending the session also showed the video message of Nusrat Gilani, the daughter of detained Kashmiri intellectual, Professor Syed Abdur Rehman Gilani, to the participants during the special side panel on self-determination.
A prominent journalist from Bulgaria, Andre Barc, addressing on the occasion urged the human rights defenders worldwide to raise voice over the issue.
Meanwhile, the All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC) and the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) have expressed serious concern over the harassment of Kashmiri students in India.
The APHC Secretary General, Shabbir Ahmed Shah, in a statement said that the Indian authorities would be responsible if anything untoward happened with the Kashmiri students.
The JKLF Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, in his statement said that the Kashmiris were being harassed from Delhi to Calcutta and this intimidation had once again proved the fact that Kashmiris were not safe anywhere in India.