Malik assures the ‘gruesome acts’ will be highlighted
SRINAGAR: Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik has strongly condemned the “oppression” unleashed by government forces across valley, saying “this tyranny has crossed limit”.
A party statement issued here said a delegation from Hajin, Bandipora that arrived at JKLF office on Wednesday informed Malik about the oppression unleashed by forces in the area.
Delegation informed JKLF chairman about a crackdown held in Syed Mohalla Hajin on Wednesday that was launched by forces in the morning. “When Indian forces found nothing during house to house search of the whole area, they set on fire the grass and other animal feed along with rice paddy kept in houses, looted and vandalised residential houses and property, tortured and humiliated people without discrimination of gender and age and terrorised the whole locality,” it said.
“During this rampage, Indian forces barged into the house of Abdul Hameed Parray and vandalised it. Parray is languishing in jail for the last two years,” the delegation told Malik.
After hearing the tale of “state terrorism”, JKLF chairman told the delegation that “tyranny and oppression will yield India nothing but shame as no nation striving for its freedom has been ever defeated by oppression and tyrannical acts of the oppressors”. “Tyrannical acts will never succeed in suppressing the voices of Kashmiris,” Malik added.
He assured the delegation that these “gruesome acts of human rights abuses” will be highlighted so that these are halted immediately.
Meanwhile, Malik paid rich tributes to “great JKLF martyrs” Ghulam Hassan Bhat alias Yawar Khan, Ishtiaq Ahmed Bukhari alias Badshah Khan and Abdul Rashid Dar on their anniversaries. He said their sacrifices will never go in vain.
“These martyrs are our real heroes and we will In Sha Allah take their mission to its logical end,” he said.
A high level JKLF delegation comprising party’s vice chairman advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt, secretary general Ghulam Rasool Dar Eidhi, chief organizer Siraj ud din Mir, Muhammad Sideeq Shah and Gulzar Ahmad Pahalwan visited Wagar, Budgam and expressed solidarity with Yawar Khan’s family.