In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, a high-level delegation of Tehreek-e-Wahdat-e-Islami led by its chairman Khadim Hussain called on Molvi Manzoor Nolari, a religious scholar, at his residence in Baramulla and greeted him on his release from illegal detention.
Molvi Manzoor Nolari was arrested by the Indian authorities during Muharram and was released on bail, recently.
Khadim Hussain on the occasion said that the Modi government had also taken away the religious rights of Kashmiris and stopped them by force from taking out Muharram procession.
He said that Indian police arrested dozens of mourners including several clerics and put them behind bars.
He appealed to the United Nations and the international community to play their role in preventing Indian state terrorism in occupied Jammu and Kashmir. He demanded immediate release of all freedom activists illegally detained in jails.
Maulvi Manzoor Nolari thanked Khadim Hussain for visiting him and said that it was a misconception of India that it would be able to suppress the Kashmiris’ spirit of freedom by subjecting them to extreme atrocities and putting them in jails.
He said that Kashmiris were in high spirits and were determined to continue their struggle till the mission of martyrs was completed. Khadim Hussain was accompanied by Syed Muhammad Abidi and Shaheen Abbas.—KMS