- Vows killings won’t make Kashmiris relent in their pursuit of freedom
By Hamid khan Wazir
ISLAMABAD: The wife of the Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Yasin Malik, Mushaal Hussein Mullick, has said that blood and grief have become an inseparable part of the Kashmiris’ lives as the fascist Indian government has further intensified its wave of barbarism and terrorism since stripping special status of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
In a statement on Monday, Mushaal said that that Indian troops’ brutal actions have wreaked havoc across IIOJK; however, she vowed that India would never succeed to subdue Kashmiris by resorting to a killing spree in the occupied territory.
Mushaal Mullick, who is also the Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organization, said that everyday killings won’t make Kashmiris relent in their pursuit of freedom but would further fortify their courage and resolve to turn the dream of right to self-determination into a reality.
“We will speak, we will write and we will fight, as either, we will win or we will die but we will never surrender,” she vowed.
Mushaal said that Kashmiris have been witnessing blood and grief for last over seven decades in the shape of extrajudicial killings, massacres, nocturnal raids, and torture but after the August 5, 2019 illegal and unconstitutional act, the occupied forces made life hell for the dwellers of the scenic valley.
The Kashmir Hurriyat leader said that over 290 Kashmiris have been killed and over 1,500 have injured since August 5 last year.
However, she expressed hope that the sacrifices of thousands of Kashmiri people will soon bear fruits.
Mushaal Mullick said that humans are living without human rights in the occupied valley but the world observes the brutalities like a silent spectator. She said that the world needs to come forward to rescue the suppressed people of IIOJK who must be given their right to determine their future.
Furthermore, she said that the world community and human rights organizations must play their role to resolve the Kashmir problems as per the commitments they had made seven decades ago.