Islamabad, December 24 (KMS): Mushaal Hussein Mullick, the Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organisation (PCO) and wife of jailed Kashmiri Hurriyat leader, Muhammad Yasin Malik, has strongly condemned the undemocratic and inhuman approach of Narendra Modi-led fascist government towards Yasin Malik who was denied all legal and medical facilities despite being incarcerated in fake and fabricated cases and has serious health issues.
Mushaal Hussein Mullick, who is wife of Yasin Malik, in a statement issued in Islamabad said that her husband was not produced during the scheduled court hearing last Friday in a false and fictitious case due to his fast deteriorating health condition.
She said the court adjourned the hearing till January 23, 2023 that raised serious questions because he had several health issues but even then he was not provided with the much-needed life-saving medicines. The fascist Modi regime has failed to break Yasin Malik’s resolve for freedom despite using all inhuman and illegal tactics, she added.
Mushaal expressed alarm that the brutal authorities subjected him to torture in the jail because they had no proof that can prove him guilty in the court, saying that she was worried about the life of her husband who was kept in death cell of New Delhi’s notorious Tihar jail.
The PCO chairperson said that Yasin Malik was detained and deprived of all legal and medical facilities for his sole crime for being the most powerful voice of the Kashmir freedom struggle in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
She urged the world community and international human rights organizations to shun the duplicity and raise a collective voice in support of Yasin Malik and Kashmiris who have been struggling for their birthright like they are doing in the case of Ukraine.
Mushaal said that Yasin Malik was being punished because he loudly stated in the Indian court that if seeking freedom from Indian occupation was a crime, he would continue to do so and was ready to accept its consequences as well.
She urged the human rights organisations to press fascist India to release Yasin Malik, who was battling for life in Tihar jail and play role in the resolution of the Kashmir dispute as per aspirations of the Kashmiri people.