Curfew in Rajouri meant to suppress people for protests: Asiya

Curfew in Rajouri meant to suppress people for protests: Asiya

Srinagar: Chairperson Dukhtarane- Millat on Saturday condemned the continuous curfew since last four days in Rajouri for “protesting against Indian occupation and made sacrifice of camel just an issue.”
In a statement issued here, Asiya said that all this was done to suppress the voices of the people who had recently protested against the “illegal occupation of India.”
“The local administration and Hindu stooges together made Qurbani of camel an issue,” she said and asked them to realize that the Rajouri “is not in India, but part of Jammu and Kashmir.”
Further, hailing the role of Muslim population of Rajouri along with Jammu belt, Asiya said that they should not give up but continue the movement against “illegal occupation of India.”
“Inshallah people of Kashmir will never let them alone.”
Referring to what she called as unabated “terrorism and brutalities by Indian state” on Eid and Friday last, she said that hundreds of people have been injured while two youths were martyred in Pulwama and Harwan.
“Whole Valley has been handed over to army and they search home to home and are arresting our young boys at different places. Even after 120 hours till Eid the clampdown on communication continues so that stories of Indian brutalities are not heard outside Kashmir,” she said.
Asiya also reiterated her urge to women to keep household tools with them for their safety.
Hailing Pakistan’s efforts in present situation, Asiya said that Islamabad always acts as an advocate of Kashmiris in whole world and openly declares supports them morally, politically and diplomatically.
She said that Pakistan premier Nawaz Sharif is likely to highlight Kashmir Issue in 71st session of the UN general assembly in the coming week.

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