SRINAGAR: Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik on Monday said the human blood is being spilled ruthlessly in Kashmir and it is the responsibility of United Nations to intervene and stop this bloodshed.
UN and international community need to intervene and stop India’s “naked aggression” in Kashmir, Malik, who according to party spokesperson was arrested on Mondaymorning, said in a statement issued here.
On UN’s recent report on human rights abuses in Jammu Kashmir, JKLF chairman said, “Today United Nations Humans Rights Council is in session at Geneva and suppressed Kashmiris are eagerly looking towards it. We want to urge UNHRC to have a human heart and sympathetic look towards oppressed Kashmiris and intervene in stopping their genocide.”
“Kashmiris are being killed, maimed, jailed, tortured, humiliated and denied their birth right of freedom and right to self-determination and it is imperative upon the UN to follow its positive report with concrete steps to help Kashmiris realise their self-determination and address the long-pending issue.”
Malik said government forces have intensified the bloodbath in Kashmir “apparently at the behest of their political masters who want to take advantage in upcoming elections by killing more and more Kashmiris”.
He expressed solidarity with those families who lost their dear ones in the last few days, saying the pain and agony inflicted on these families is huge “but we want to assure them that the whole nation stands with them at this hour of grief and sorrow”.