Quetta, August 02 (KMS): Balochistan Revenue Minister Mir Sikander Khan Umrani on Tuesday urged the United Nations and international community to stop the Indian forces from committing human rights violations in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
“Indian forces have oppressed Kashmiri people by violating the international resolutions,” he said while talking to APP on the eve of Youm-e-Istehsal falling on 5th August. “We strongly condemn the oppression and violence on Kashmiri people and strongly support their right to self-determination,” he said.
The Revenue Minister of Balochistan maintained that the people of Balochistan will observe 5th August as exploitation day by raising their voices against the illegal Indian move of August 05, 2019.
He said that India had forcibly entered the Kashmir region by violating all human rights and depriving the people of their right to self-determination. “Today, despite the passage of 76 years, the way the Kashmiri people are suffering from the persecution of the Indian government is highly condemnable,” he said, lamenting that elderly, young, women and even innocent children are being brutally killed and that too just because they are fighting for their rights.
Sikandar Khan Imrani said, India is using new tactics day by day to suppress the freedom struggle of Kashmiris. “The way the innocent people of occupied Kashmir are fighting the Indian army for their freedom struggle is admirable,” he added.
He, however, hoped that God willing, the struggle of Kashmiri people will be successful and the day will come when they will start a new and free life with peace and prosperity.
“It is the duty of the United Nations to be the voice of the oppressed people of occupied Kashmir so that it becomes clear to India that the world is against state oppression and with the people of occupied Kashmir and supports their principled stand,” he said.
Fascist Modi government should rescind all illegal and unilateral actions of August 5, 2019 and withdraw its illegal moves to change the demographic structure of the disputed territory of Kashmir, he added.