World urged to take notice of Indian brutalities in IoK

Hyderabad—International community must take notice of Indian atrocities against people of occupied Kashmir since last tweleve consecutive days in which over 40 people have embraced martyrdom, more than 3000 got injured while 10-day curfew has made life of residents miserable, said President Hyderabad City Welfare Organization, Muhammad Aslam Deswali.
Expressing solidarity with people of Kashmir he deplored the silence of international community and United Nations who did not move on humanitarian grounds and silently watching the brutalities gone unabated in Indian Hold Kashmir by occupying forces.
In a statement issued here on Monday, he said that Indian oppression could not subdue the passion of independence of Kashmiri people who were striving for over 60 years to see the United Nation implement resolution of its Security Council resolution regarding right of self determination in occupied Kashmir.
The Kashmiri people were dedicatedly committed to their cause and day was not far away when India would have to surrender to will of Kashmiri people and withdraw its forces, he said adding that blood of innocent martyrs of Kashmir would not go in vein and day of independence from India would dawn.—APP

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