Will continue to fight till freedom: Dukhtaran

SRINAGAR: Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) on Wednesday said the October 27 marks the “beginning of illegal Indian occupation” of Jammu and Kashmir. The party also castigated authorities for “victimising the victims of oppression” and hatching conspiracies in Kashmir.
In a statement, DeM general secretary said, “On October 27, India entered Kashmir and occupied this land. (This) marks the beginning of Kashmir issue and the Indian illegal occupation.”
Nasreen said Kashmiris are facing human rights violations and oppression on daily basis and such things will continue until Kashmiris are given their right.
She urged the people of Kashmir to take a pledge on October 27 that they will continue their struggle till the last Indian trooper leaves Kashmir. “We must pledge that no matter how much oppression and brutalities are perpetrated against us, we will continue to fight and won’t compromise at any cost,” she said.