Apartheid India has no right to call itself a republic: Mushaal

Islamabad, January 26 (KMS): Mushaal Hussein Mullick, wife of illegally detained Kashmiri Hurriyat leader Mohammad Yasin Malik and Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organization, has said the apartheid Indian state had no right to celebrate its Republic Day in Kashmir, which was turned by Narendra Modi regime into a slaughter house.

Speaking at a seminar at Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, today, she said the RSS-inspired fascist government unleashed a wave of state terrorism and brutalities to suppress the dissenting voices. However, Mushaal, said they could not dampen the courage of the brave Kashmiri people, who are determined to continue their freedom struggle until getting the birthright to self-determination.

The PCO chairperson maintained that it was shameful for India to call itself a republic despite the illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), which was converted into the world’s largest torture cell. She said the Indian authorities usurped fundamental rights of the Kashmiris, as top Kashmiri leaders including Yasin Malik were put in jails in fake and fabricated cases just to silence their voices.

Mushaal lamented that India was committing the worst atrocities and usurped all legal and constitutional rights of Kashmiris but the international community, UN bodies and human rights organizations still called it the largest democracy, which was disgusting. She said India was not the largest democracy but the most fascist and apartheid state, where living a life not only for Muslims but for all other minority communities was a nightmare.

She said the Kashmir dispute was still unresolved and pending with the United Nations due to the world powers and UN bodies’ apathy and callous attitude towards the Kashmiris.

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