Concern expressed over use of brute force by India

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Srinagar

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the spokesman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) has expressed deep concern over the use of brute force against the common masses in the territory.

The APHC spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar strongly condemned the repressive measures adopted to force the people to participate in the Indian Independence Day celebrations against their will in IIOJK.

Denouncing the policy of political vendetta against the registered Muslim organizations like Jamat-e-Islami, he said that the fascist Indian regime is hell bent to change the social, cultural, political, religious, economic, geographic and demographic narrative of the occupied territory.

Terming the incessant raids by the Indian National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the nook and corner of the territory a brazen assault on the liberty and privacy of the common people, the spokesman said, the Agency has let loose a reign of terror not only in the main cities but also in the remote villages by doing nocturnal raids without any prior legal permission.

He deplored the adoption of double standards and discrimination against the Muslim welfare organisations rendering great services to the mankind, regardless of caste, colour or creed in the fields of education, people’s welfare and help during misfortunes like, earthquakes, inundations and fire etc.

The spokesman, reiterating the uncompromising stance of the freedom-loving people of Kashmir pursuing for their inalienable right to self-determination, said that whatever the nefarious designs of India, the freedom-loving people of Kashmir would never surrender before India.

He urged the United Nations to put pressure on India to allow free and fair plebiscite as a best possible democratic formula, recognised by the civilized world community, to resolve Kashmir dispute in the best interests of global peace and prosperity.—KMS

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