In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference has denounced the Indian judiciary for being in cahoots with the Modi regime in denying justice to Hurriyat leaders and activists languishing in Indian jails without any crime.
The APHC spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar said the thing like independent judiciary no longer exists in the present-day India.
He said this while responding to the dismissal by a Delhi court of bail applications filed by senior APHC leader Nayeem Ahmad Khan and women leaders Aasiya Andrabi and Fehmeeda Sofi, yesterday.
The spokesman said, Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed territory, and Hurriyat leaders are fighting for their political right, the right to self-determination, which is not a crime. He demanded immediate release of all jailed Hurriyat leaders and activists including Masarrat Alam Butt, Muhammad Yasin Malik and Shabbir Ahmad Shah.
Moreover, Narendra Modi-led communal Indian government has banned the Pakistani web series, Sevak: The Confessions. It has also instructed to block OTT streaming platform Vidly TV for airing the web series.
The online series has highlighted Indian atrocities on the minorities including Sikhs and Muslims and their vic-timization during or on the pretext of various events like the Operation Blue Star and its aftermath, the demolition of the Babri Masjid at Ayodhya, the killing of a Christian missionary named Graham Staines, the Malegaon blasts, Samjhauta Express blasts, inter-state river water dispute related to the Sutlej Yamuna Link canal, etc.
The Indian Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in an order claimed that the web series aired on the OTT Platform “was found to be detrimental to national security, sovereignty and integrity alongside defence of India, security of the State, India’s friendly relations with foreign States, and public order in the country.”
The web series stars Mohsin Abbas, Hajra Yamin, Nazarul Hassan, Nayyer Ejaz, Adnan Jaffar among others. The series is brought to life by the legendary writer Saji Gul and renowned director Anjum Shahzad.
The Indian Ministry directed the blocking of the website, 2 mobile apps, 4 social media accounts, and one smart TV app of OTT Platform Vidly TV.—KMS