World asked to raise voice against Indian state terrorism in IIOJK


IN Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Kashmir Freedom Front and Jammu and Kashmir Mass Movement have called upon the international community to raise its voice against India’s growing state terrorism in the territory.

Kashmir Freedom Front spokesman in a state-ment issued in Srinagar expressed deep concern over the day-to-day deteriorating human rights situation in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

He said that gross human rights violations were being com-mitted by the Indian occupational forces with impu-nity.

He lamented that freedom of expression and right to assembly was in a state of suspension in the occupied territory.

The spokesman appealed to the international human rights organisations including the UN Hu-man Rights Council, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and International Committee of Red Cross to take cognizance of the plight of the Kash-miri detainees and impress upon New Delhi to re-lease them forthwith.

The Jammu and Kashmir Mass Movement In-formation Secretary Shabir Ahmed in a statement issued in Srinagar strongly condemned the Modi regime for attributing important institutions and highways in the occupied territory after Indian forces’ personnel and politicians.

He said that India was distorting the history of Kashmir by changing the names of all historical buildings, roads and im-portant places in Jammu and Kashmir.

He said that steps were being taken to eradicate the Muslim ma-jority identity of Jammu and Kashmir, forever. However, he said that India would never succeed in its nefarious designs.

Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir People’s Movement Vice Chairman Abdul Majeed Malik, Jammu and Kashmir Pir Panjal Freedom Movement Vice Chairman Qazi Imran Jammu and Kashmir People’s Association Convener Khalid Shabbir in a joint statement in Islamabad strongly condemned the Indian state terrorism against Kashmiris in the occupied territory.—KMS

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