APHC urges world to take notice of Indian brutalities in IIOJ&K

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the APHC has called upon the world community, particularly the United Nations, to play its role in preventing the ongoing bloodbath unleashed by Indian forces in the territory.

In a message from New Delhi’s Tihar jail, illegally detained APHC vice chairman Shabbir Ahmed Shah highlighted the grim situation in the held territory.

He deplored that the Kashmiri youth are killed by troops without any reason.

The APHC leader said during the past couple of months, dozens of civilians, mostly young boys, were butchered in fake encounters staged by the Indian military and paramilitary forces across the Kashmir valley.

Shabbir Shah maintained that the targeted killing of youth is a part of India’s nefarious agenda to change the demography of the territory.

Meanwhile, the hunger strike by incarcerated Kashmiri Hurriyat leader Muhammad Yasin Malik entered its third day, today in New Delhi’s Tihar jail.

Muhammad Yasin Malik had announced the hunger strike till death to push for legal demands such as fair trial and physical presence during court hearings.

On the other hand, Indian troops conducted a violent cordon and search operation in Rampora Qaimoh area of Kulgam district.

Meanwhile, senior Aam Aadmi Party leader Harsh Dev Singh in a statement in Jammu reiterated the demand for early restoration of democracy in Jammu and Kashmir.

On the other hand, chairman of the Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU) Ali Raza Syed has expressed solidarity with Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Yasin Malik who is on an hunger strike in the India’s notorious Tihar jail.

In a statement issued today, Ali Raza Syed said that Yasin Malik is currently battling for life in the Indian prison.