SRINAGAR: Terming the attack on a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan as “barbaric” and an act of “terrorism”, the Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu Kashmir on Tuesday said the perpetrators of the attack are “coward” and “killers of humanity”.
It also condemned “atrocities” on people saying the government forces commit “worst kind of human rights violations” in the Valley.
In a statement issued here, a Jama’at spokesperson said forces have “unleashed a reign of terror” in Arnihal area of Anantnag where “residential houses and other public properties have been damaged”.
Meanwhile, reacting against the chief minister Mehbooba Mufti’s remarks in New Delhi that “only 55 lives were lost as compared to 2010 uprising”, the spokesperson said it reveals the mindset of the ruling class.
“The pro-India politicians are competing with each other in order to please their masters in New Delhi,” he said.
The spokesperson appealed the international human rights bodies to stress upon New Delhi to stop human rights violations in the Valley.
“Kashmir issue is gaining momentum with each passing day. Even the people of India acknowledge it as a dispute. It would be better for India to resolve the issue as per the wishes and aspirations of the people of Kashmir,” he said.