Srinagar, April 21 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the Chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Aasiya Andrabi has said that the people of Kashmir are facing the worst kind of Indian state terrorism.

Aasiya Andrabi in a statement issued in Srinagar said that occupied Kashmir has been converted into a police state where everything was being dictated by the illegal occupational forces.

“Frustrated to see that the resistance movement of Kashmir has now become a mass movement, India and its puppets have now given the complete control to these barbaric forces,” she said, adding that in that frustration, the Indian forces killed as many as 10 youth on April 9 when India was conducting its sham election in the territory.

Aasiya Andrabi castigated the puppet Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, for expressing fake solidarity with the victims of her tyranny. “How dare she (Mufti) went to see at the hospital our daughter, Iqra Siddique of Rajouri Kadal, who is struggling for life at SMHS hospital after she was hit by a stone thrown by an Indian soldier in the head. This shameless woman claims that she will bring Iqra’s eyesight back,” she said. “How long will these Indian stooges make fun of the victims? Iqra couldn’t say a word as this shameless woman was carrying along scores of armed men with her. What kind of tyranny is this? First these puppets unleash brutalities on us and then don’t even let us complain about it,” she added.

The DeM Chairperson further expressed grief and sorrow over the death of Muzaffar Ahmad of Kulgam who succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday. “This boy was from Kulgam but was working in Ganderbal where he was shot by these occupational forces in his chest,” she said.

She said that the death toll of persons who were either killed or injured while India was conducting its sham election process in the occupied territory had reached 10 now. “Eight of our children were martyred on April 9 while a woman succumbed next day and now Muzaffar’s martyrdom takes the toll to 10,” she added.


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