Mushaal urges world for urgent steps to stop HR violations in IIOJ&K
ISLAMABAD, Jun 03 (DNA): Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organization,
Mushaal Hussein Mullick, Saturday urged the global community, especially
the European Union to take urgent steps to stop the human rights
violations and crimes against humanity in the Indian-occupied Jammu and
Talking to a private news channel here, she said that “The Modi regime
is attempting to silence the legitimate political voices of the people
in IIOJK through such brutal measures”.
Modi-led Hindutva government has miserably ruined the lives of innocent
people of occupied Kashmir, she added.
“The people of IIOJK were continuously facing the worst form of
brutalization and abuses by Indian occupation forces”, she added.
She further said that her husband Yasin Malik was facing life
imprisonment in Tihar Jail and India was subjecting him to vengeance to
break his resolve of freedom, but he is firm in his stand on the Kashmir
India has a long history of using the judiciary and other state
apparatus to suppress the political and democratic dissent and
legitimate political voices in the occupied Kashmir, she said.
“Yasin Malik is being targeted merely for his political beliefs. His
only crime is that he refused to accept the Indian dictation on
Kashmir”, she said.
The Modi leadership has totally failed to fulfill people’s aspirations,
adding, most parts of Jammu are facing scarcity of potable water and
power and dilapidated condition of lanes as well, she mentioned.
She also urged the international community especially the EU to play its
role in facilitating a just and peaceful settlement of the Kashmir
dispute in accordance with the relevant UN Security Council resolutions
and the wishes of the Kashmiri people for ensuring durable peace in
South Asia. DNA
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