‘Oppressive’ measures destined to fail: JKDFP

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SRINAGAR: Expressing serious concern over the “unabated human rights violations” including harassment and detention of youth and frequent search operations carried out by government forces, Jammu Kashmir Democratic Freedom Partry (JKDFP) on Saturday said every oppressive measure is destined to fail before people’s aspirations and valour.
JKDFP secretary general Moulana Mohammad Abdullah Tari in a statement urged the world human rights bodies to take strong notice of the human rights violations in Kashmir.
“We strongly condemn the harassment of people and vandalising of properties in the name of cordon and search operations (CASOs) in length and breadth of Kashmir,” Moulana Tari said.
Tari said that rising graph of human rights violations in Kashmir should serve as an eye-opener for the world human rights bodies. He impressed upon the world community to use their good offices to “stop India from harassing the youth of Kashmir, insulting even the old and women and arresting everyone who tries to raise voice against the continuous Indian tyranny”.
“Our party leader Shabir Ahmad Shah and hundreds of others have been placed behind bars. They are facing fabricated charges and are deprived of basic rights in jails. The whole nation is suffering at the hands of Indian forces and their collaborators,” Moulana Tari said, adding, “Militarization has turned the whole disputed region into a garrison.”