‘Might is right’ still prevails in Kashmir: NF

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SRINAGAR: Expressing serious concern over the day-to-day killings of Kashmiri people by forces, Jammu Kashmir National Front deputy chairman Altaf Hussain Wani has appealed the world human rights organisations especially UNHRC to “take tangible measures to save a nation from being wiped out”.
In a statement, Wani said the government forces are on a policy to silent the entire population so that there is no objection to the “illogical and illegal Indian occupation”.
For this, he said, innocent and unarmed Kashmiri people are being massacred, maimed, insulted, jailed, disappeared and injured psychologically.
“The situation has went to the extent where the whole Kashmiri population has lost faith on international community as well, because the criminal silence of the whole world after the Pulwama killings, has vindicated that ‘might is right’ still prevails at least in Kashmir,” he said.