Mushaal Hussein Mullick, the Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organisation and wife of jailed Kashmiri Hurriyat leader, Muhammad Yasin Malik, has said that at the time when the world observed International Day of Non-Violence, Indian forces unleashed a fresh reign of terror on the people of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Mushaal Hussein Mullick in a statement on the occasion of International Day of Non-Violence, today, said that the Indian atrocities continued to take heavy toll on the Kashmiris but the world is blind to these inhuman acts and barbarities committing by the brutal forces in the valley.
She lamented that the so-called proponents of peace and human rights could not do dare to speak against the fascist Narendra Modi government despite passing all limits of cruelties and vindictiveness.
Therefore, she said: “International Day of Non-Violence holds no relevance for the Kashmiris as they continue to suffer under violent Indian military occupation.”
The Hurriyat leader said that people of Kashmir had been facing bullets, pellets, torture, incarcerations and sexual assaults at the hands of brutal Indian troops since decades but the world powers and human rights organizations were mere observing none-violence day rather taking any concrete steps to check the ongoing state terrorism in the scenic valley.
Mushaal added that the occupied valley continued to simmer under inhuman military siege and the accounts of violence and torture by occupational forces are emerging on daily basis.
She said that gravity of the situation could be judged from the fact that 14 Kashmiris fell to Indian bullets only in September, taking the total death toll to 95,875 since Jan 1989 in IIOJK.
Moreover, she said that Hindutva regime is hell-bent to bring demographic changes in IIOJK to convert Muslim majority into a minority.
Hence, she suggested that the best way to mark International Day of Non-Violence is to censure India for its crimes against the Kashmiris and stop Modi junta from committing gross violations of human rights and international laws in the valley.—KMS