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Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Zil-Hajj 09, 1432 AH
| ||India cannot suppress Kashmiris’ struggle by force: Mirwaiz
'Pakistan Times' Jammu & Kashmir Desk
SRINAGAR (IHK): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of all Parties Hurriyet Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has maintained that India will not be able to suppress Kashmiris’ liberation struggle by resorting to brute force, reports KMS.
The APHC Chairman in a statement issued in Srinagar flayed the occupation authorities for imposing restrictions in Srinagar to prevent people from protesting the killing of an innocent student by Indian police.
The Mirwaiz said that withdrawal of Indian troops, repeal of black laws in the occupied territory and unconditional release of Hurriyet leaders and activists including Shabbir Ahmed Shah was a must to create conducive atmosphere for resolving the Kashmir dispute through talks.
He appealed to the international community to impress upon India to give up its intransigence and take steps to resolve the lingering dispute.
Meanwhile, another report says; in occupied Kashmir the APHC Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader Syed Ali Gilani and other pro-freedom leaders and organisations have strongly condemned the killing of an 11th class student, Tufail Ahmed Matoo, by Indian police.
The APHC Chairman in a statement issued in Srinagar, said that withdrawal of troops was the only way to stop innocent killings and upholding basic human rights in the occupied territory. “Indian troops and agencies are killing innocent Kashmiri people with impunity,” he added.
Syed Ali Gilani, who is under illegal detention at Humhama Police Station, in a statement termed the killing of the student as one of the worst examples of Indian state terrorism in occupied Kashmir. He castigated the occupation authorities for using brute force against peaceful protesters.
Hurriyet leaders including Agha Syed Hassan Al-Moosvi, Nayeem Ahmed Khan, Muhammad Azam Inqilabi, Yasmeen Raja, Aasiya Andrabi, Mukhtar Ahmed Waza, Muhammad Abdullah Tari, Javed Ahmed Mir, Farida Bahenjee, Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai, Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo, Professor Nazir Ahmad Shawl, Mahmood Ahmad Saghar and Muhammad Farooq Rehmani in their separate statements flayed the killing of Tfail Ahmed Matoo by Indian police. They articulated apprehension over the stepped up Indian state terrorism in the occupied territory.
The spokesmen of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Political Movement and Jamaat-e-Islami in occupied Kashmir also condemned the gory incident and called upon the world human rights organizations to impress upon India to stop atrocities against the people of Jammu and Kashmir.