SRINAGAR: Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir has strongly condemned the “unabated state terrorism” going on in Kashmir particularly in south.
“The Indian forces have crossed all limits of brutality and have got the license to kill any person who comes in their way, devastate any property and demolish any house they like,” Jama’at said in a statement. “These forces have been given free authority to violate the basic human rights of Kashmiri people.
Jama’at said the only fault of the Kashmiri people is that they are demanding their basic right of self-determination as promised to them through UNO and the Security Council by the government of India long back in 1947 and 1948.
“No power on the earth can restrain any nation from demanding its right of self-determination nor can their genuine voice be suppressed by these imperialistic tactics. The Kashmir issue is a long-pending human issue and if it is addressed properly keeping the aspirations of the people of entire Jammu and Kashmir in view, it will be better for the progress and welfare of the crores of poor people living in Indo-Pak subcontinent.”
Jama’at said the bloodshed of innocent Kashmiris can add to the prevailing conflict and uncertainty in the region and no stable peace can thereby be established. It appealed to UN and other world human rights bodies and those working in India to take serious notice of the alarming situation in Kashmir and use their diplomatic influence upon the government of India to get all this “brutality” stopped besides appoint a high level commission to probe the atrocities committed upon the civilians here.