UJC to OIC: Ask India to stop oppression in Kashmir

UJC to OIC: Ask India to stop oppression in Kashmir

SRINAGAR: The UJC general secretary and chief of the militant outfit Tahreek-ul-Mujahideen, Sheikh Jameel-ur-Rahman on Friday while asking the OIC to take notice of the beef ban in Kashmir said the order has proved that “even courts function with the communal mindset in JK.”
“This is not an issue of the people of Kashmir alone but of the entire Muslim ummah. OIC must intervene and ask India to stop using the oppressive tactics against the Muslims.  The Indian courts instead of delivering justice, at times satisfies the collective conscience of the hindu majority and sometimes on the basis of the communal mindset,” Rahman said.
He added that banning beef is tantamount to interference in religion which is unacceptable. The UJC general secretary said while there should be no hopes that courts would deliver justice in Kashmir but such decisions prove that the government is using judiciary for its own vested interests. “It is only after Freedom that the courts in Kashmir would do deliver justice to the people of the land,” statement added.