India systematically massacring IIOJK’s innocent people: AJK PM

Mirpur, October 16 (KMS): The Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister, Sardar Abdul Qayyum Niazi has said that India is violating the human, political and religious rights of Kashmiris and is engaged in the systematic massacre of innocent Kashmiri people to crush their indigenous freedom movement in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Sardar Abdul Qayyum Niazi in a statement issued in Mirpur, called upon the international community besides United Nations and other global human rights organizations to immediately move to get stopped the increased human rights abuses by the Indian occupational forces in the IIOJK.

He continued that the valiant Kashmiris were determined to continue their struggle till the complete liberation of occupied Jammu Kashmir from Indian clutches. He underlined that Srinagar Jamia Masjid had been closed for a long time and the cowardly occupational Indian army was terrorizing the Kashmiris.

More than 1000 youth have been arrested while more than 10 youth have been martyred during the last several days, the prime minister said and added that women were being harassed in the so-called search operations and journalists were also being arrested by the Indian forces on daily basis to suppress the freedom movement.

The prime minister expressed his grave concern over the continued silence of the international human rights organisations over the Massive human rights violations by the Indian forces in IIOJK and added that hundreds of Kashmiris have been arrested by India in the last few days.

The AJK prime minister said that Kashmiris were being persecuted on the orders of the Indian government and plans were being made to reduce the Muslim population in IIOJK Hurriyat leaders have been put behind the bar and atrocities were being perpetrated to kill the Kashmiri youth, he added.

Prime Minister Sardar Abdul Qayyum Niazi said the freedom movement was enlightened by the blood of martyrs and the will of Kashmiri people, struggling for their right to self-determination, could not be broken.