Mushaal urges world to play role in release of Yasin Malik

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Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organisation (PCO), Mushaal Hussein Mullick, has urged the world powers and human right organisations to shun their duplicity and wake up as time is running short for Kashmiri Hurriyat leader, Muhammad Yasin Malik, who was shifted to Delhi hospital in a critical condition.

Mushaal Mullick in a statement issued in Islamabad on Friday expressed her apprehension that God forbid they could lose the one of the most Iconic peaceful leaders of Kashmiris’ freedom struggle if the international community and UN bodies did not timely intervene to ensure his release.

Mushaal, who is wife of Yasin Malik, said that JKLF chief had been on hunger to death strike since July 22 in protest against denial of his fundamental rights by the fascist Indian regime due to which his health condition deteriorated alarmingly. She revealed that Yasin Malik was shifted to Delhi hospital; however, he refused to seek medical help from doctors. “My husband is losing his life at the hands of Indian tyrant authorities in solitary confinement, as his family members are not being allowed to meet him,” she added.

The PCO Chairperson maintained that Yasin Malik was unjustly made a prisoner because he fearlessly championed the Kashmiris’ freedom movement and raised his voice against oppression, adding his only crime was that he wanted the right to self-determination for the people of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Mushaal lashed out at the fascist Indian government which she said is hell-bent to let Yasin Malik die from a fast, or sentencing him to death after flawed trials. She urged the world to impress upon the fascist and criminal Narendra Modi-led government to release Yasin Malik instead of waiting for him to die in Indian high-rick death cell.—KMS

 

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