Hindutva policies in IIOJK will lead to catastrophe in region

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In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir Political Resistance Movement (JKPRM) expressed serious concern over the continued killings, house raids and other human rights violations in the territory.

The concern was raised the JKPRM meeting held in Srinagar, which was presided by its Chairman Jameel Ahmad and General Secretary Dr Musaib Ahmad.

Others who attended the meeting included Ghulam Nabi, Mubashir Ahmed, Triq Ahmed, Shafaqat Ahmsf, Nazar Ahmed and Faisal Mohammad.

The participants while paying rich tributes to the recently martyred youth in Kulgam and Kupwara condemned the arrest of innocent Kashmiri youth during house raids in the valley and said that these sacrifices would never go in vain.

The meeting reiterated to continue the freedom struggle and urged people to stand and unite against the Indian state terrorism and illegal occupation.

The party urged the UN, EU and OIC and major powers of the world including the US and China to come forward and to resolve the Kashmir dispute as per UN resolutions. The participants warned that Hindutva policies of the Modi regime in Muslim majority Jammu and Kashmir will lead to a catastrophe in the South Asian region

The party expressed grave concern over the plight of Kashmiri political prisoners including APHC Chairman Masarrat Aalam Butt, Muhammad Yasin Malik, Shabir Ahmad Shah, Dr Hameed Fayaz, Aasiya Andrabi, Fehmeeda Sofi, Nahida Nasreen, Nayeem Ahmed Khan, Ayaz Akbar, Pir Saifullah, Raja Merajuddin Kalwal, Farooq Ahmed Dar, Advocate Shahid-ul-Islam, Syed Shahid Yusuf, Syed Shakeel Ahmed, Mushtaqul Islam, Rafiqi and Ulema detained in various jails of India and Jammu and Kashmir.

The participants appealed to the human rights organizations to take notice of the plight of the Hurriyat leaders and activists facing illegal detentions and to take steps to end their miseries.—KMS

 

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