Islamabad: Founder and Convener of Women Journalists Association of Pakistan Fauzia Kulsoom Rana has urged India to immediately release Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik.
Fauzia Kulsoom Rana expressed these views during a meeting along with a delegation of women journalists with Caretaker Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Human Rights and Women Empowerment Mushaal Hussein Mullick in Islamabad, today.
She said the Women Journalists Association of Pakistan is an organization that advocates fundamental human rights and appeals to all international organizations, including the United Nations, to play their role in release of the incarcerated Kashmiri leader who has been suffering for years in illegal imprisonment under Indian oppression and tyranny.
Fauzia Rana said no minority in India is safe from the persecution and tactics of the Narendra Modi-led Hindutva regime. She said India has adopted the policy of state terrorism and is also involved in the killing of Sikh freedom leaders living abroad as well as thousands of Kashmiris. She said it is high time to practically ensure the human rights of Kashmiri mothers, sisters and daughters.
She demanded that India should allow Yasin Malik’s daughter Raziyah Sultana and his wife Mushaal Hussein Mullick to meet him and end his illegal and unjustified imprisonment.
Mushaal Mullick on the occasion assured full support for the practical solution of all the problems of women associated with the profession of journalism.