The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League (JKPFL), Muhammad Farooq Rehmani has castigated the Modi-led fascist Indian regime for executing undemocratic and unlawful measures in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani in a statement issued in Islamabad also expressed sorrow over the regional and global powers for turning deaf ears to the plight of the Kashmiris.
The human rights conditions are the worst in the history of Kashmir as any Kashmiri can be arrested anywhere in India, can be forcibly disappeared and killed without any what and why, he added.
He said, “The political, economic and social conditions of the dismembered Jammu and Kashmir continue to be horrific, insecure and anarchic due to revengeful outrage and outbursts of the Modi regime and its police and military against the common citizens, freedom-demanding organizations, their imprisoned leaders and workers in jails or outside, for the last several decades, especially after the imposition of the Reorganization Act and repeal of the special clauses of the Indian Constitution.”
In this regard he cited the example of illegally detained DFP Chairman, Shabbir Ahmed Shah, whose bail application has been rejected by the court in New Delhi and he faces grim conditions due to the allegations framed by the Indian NIA against him.
The court, he added, is selective and the authorities follow their agenda of accusations to implicate the Hurriyat leaders to end their political role in the territory and its freedom movement.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said, already the leaders like Masarat Aalam Butt languish in detention and his bail applications have been turned down illegally repeatedly in the recent past.
Similarly, he said, the JKLF Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik faces equally a grim situation despite his fragile health.
He said if the Indian government and its courts were so biased and could not give relief to the Kashmiri political detainees then the international human rights organizations should raise the issue before the World Body and the Delhi regime shouldn’t be allowed to rot the Kashmiri leaders and political activists in the high security prisons of India.
“The crime of the incarcerated Kashmiri leaders and civilian human rights activists is only political freedom and cry for basic human rights.
But, the crime of the Indian regime in J&K is occupation of the land and people against their will and the UN resolutions which can never be defended or forgotten under the international humanitarian law,” he maintained.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani urged the United Nations to intervene in the disputed territory, prevail on the Modi regime to withdraw all cases against the Kashmiri leaders, release them, withdraw its forces from the civilian lines, stop killings of innocent youth, repeal laws that curtail the historical identity and demography of the territory and above all a due mechanism should be brought by the UN to address the dispute of Jammu and Kashmir in accordance with the wishes of the peoples of Kashmir.—KMS