Aasiyeh warns admin against coercing employees

Aasiyeh warns admin against coercing employees

SRINAGAR: Chairperson Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Syedah Aasiyeh Andrabi on Saturday warned the bureaucrats not to force employees to join duties otherwise they will have to face the fate of pro-India camp.
“You (administrative officials) must understand that you have to live in Kashmir. You belong to us and we belong to you. If you don’t side with the oppressed Kashmiris, your fate will be similar to the pro-India politicians and their stooges who are now finding it difficult to live here,” Aasiyeh said.
In a statement, she asked the Divisional commissioner and District commissioners not to force the employees to join duties by issuing “threats and instead join people in the ongoing movement”.
Aasiyeh said India has unleashed ‘brutality’ on Kashmiris and was using all its ‘sinister’ policies to crush the ongoing resistance movement.
“Externally, the frustrated Indian government and its PM Narendra Modi are concocting stories about Balochistan and Azad Kashmir, while as internally  its occupying troops are employing all forms of repression to break the resolve of people,” Andrabi said in  a statement. She said that only “madmen” can compare the situation of Balochistan with that of the Kashmir. “If there is a law and order problem in Balochistan, the government of Pakistan will deal with it. Who is Modi to raise such a question?”
“If Modi looks into the affairs of his own country, he will come to know how many separatist movements are going on in India. These movements are of such a magnitude that very soon India will break into many pieces,” she said adding “India was enacting a drama to divert the attention of International community”.
Aasiyeh said that India “is starving Kashmiris to death by not allowing essential supplies to enter into the civilian areas of Srinagar and other districts.”
She said people should lay barricades and remain vigilant during nights to stop army and the other forces from entering into the localities. “This new form of brutality wherein the army and the police enter into our localities and then beat our men and woman,” she added.

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