Srinagar, August 26 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference has expressed deep concern over the infernal situation prevailing in Kashmir due to presence of one million occupation forces involved in killing, incarcerating, torturing and desecrating human rights with impunity.
The APHC spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar condemning the use of brute force and converting the entire territory into a battle ground, said that the Indian fascist regime has trampled all fundamental rights including right to expression, right to freedom of press and freedom of political, social, business and religious activities.
“People of Kashmir are living continuously under the shadow of a war and in this grim situation the proposed ban on Hurriyat and other freedom loving parties does not make any difference to the will and sentiments of the people of Kashmir regarding the sacred mission of freedom from Indian illegal occupation,” added the statement.
Terming the vain efforts of the Indian fascist regime to suppress the resistance movement by using its military power, an exercise in futility, the spokesman reiterated the strong pledge of the brave people of Kashmir to fight tooth and nail Indian barbarism and imperialism, on political and diplomatic fronts with zeal and zest, come what may.
The spokesman said, the freedom loving people of Kashmir have time and again faced and terribly defeated such so-called banishment in the past, so there is nothing new in the recent speculations about such draconian tactics of Indian fascist regime.
The spokesman urged the Organisation of Islamic Countries to hold an emergency meeting to take serious cognizance of the Indian brutalities, barbarism, and absolute violations of fundamental rights and widespread genocide at the hands of Indian occupation forces in Jammu and Kashmir and pressurise India to stop brutalities in Kashmir. He also impressed upon United Nations to help resolve Kashmir dispute in accordance with the United Nations Security council resolutions to which India is a signatory.