APHC expresses concern over unabated killings

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In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference Working Vice Chairman, Ghulam Ahmad Gulzar, has expressed concern over the unabated custodial killings and vandalizing the residential houses of the martyrs and their neighbors at the hands of Indian troops.

Ghulam Ahmad Gulzar in a statement issued in Srinagar said, the Indian forces out of sheer frustra-tion have stepped up the state terrorism to suppress the freedom sentiments of the people of Kashmir.

Condemning the use of brute force against the mourners, expressing sympathies with the grief-stricken families of martyrs in Pulwama, the APHC leader said that the Indian brutality and tyranny had eclipsed Changez and Halako reputation in the his-tory of mankind.

Paying rich tributes to the martyrs of Pulwama, Kulgam, Rajauri and Sopore, Ghulam Ahmad Gul-zar said the history of all the freedom movements of the world bears testimony to the fact that the op-pressors have been proved the worst losers at the end.

Denouncing the continuation of the widespread cordon and search operations in the nook and corner of the territory, the APHC leader said the freedom-loving people of Kashmir have defeated the repres-sive measures of the Indian forces by their strong will and unwavering commitment to take the ongo-ing resistance movement to its logical conclusion.

Urging the United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, to take cognizance of the war crimes being committed by Indian forces in the disputed territory, he said, it is the legal and moral obligation of the World Body to put pressure on India to allow people of Kashmir to decide their own political future.—KMS

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