Kashmiris looking towards international community: Malik

Kashmiris looking towards international community: Malik
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SRINAGAR: “Who can envisage the pain and agony of a father who while trying to save wounded people comes across his own son and has to declare him death. Why and how has this world turned so brutal and non-responsive over this human tragedy?” asked Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik on Sunday.
According to JKLF statement, Malik along with party leader Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri and Tehreek-e-Hurriyat member Rameez Raja on Sunday visited Ladoo Pampore to express condolence and solidarity with the bereaved family of the slain teenage boy Fiaizaan Ahmad Poswal who was killed near gunfight site on Friday.
“Innocent Faizan Ahmad Poswal deserved life not death but Indian aggression has nothing to offer but death to young Kashmiris,” JKLF chief said on the occasion.
“On one hand, innocents are killed on daily basis, and on the other side, Indian rulers are employing every tactic to suppress peaceful voices of Kashmiris. NIA, ED, police and other agencies are being used to intimidate and suppress political struggle of Kashmiris and choke every little space that too in the name of so-called democracy and peace,” he added.
Malik said Kashmiris are looking towards international community to come to their “rescue” and “if UN and other human rights bodies failed to fulfil their obligations regarding oppressed Kashmiris, the suppressed people and nations may lose faith in them and also in humanity”.