By Hamid Khan Wazir
ISLAMABAD: Mushaal Hussein Mullick, the Chairperson Peace and Culture Organization, said that the fascist Indian government is committing war crimes and genocide of Kashmiri people in the garb of Coronavirus with complete impunity.
Mushaal, who is also a wife of Jammu JKLF Chairman Yasin Malik, in a statement on Thursday, said that Indian barbaric Army officers were giving statements of carpet bombardment on Kashmir, which depicts their actual plans and the nefarious designs.
She said that the occupied administration was hell-bent on committing war crimes in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), as over thirty Kashmiris have been injured in Pulwama in Indian army firing.
Mushaal Hussein Mullick revealed that the Indian government has made a plan of genocide of Kashmiris that is why internet services have been suspended, besides imposing all communications blockade in the occupied valley to keep the world in the dark.
The Chairperson Peace and Culture Organization lamented that the world community and human rights organizations are observing the genocidal massacres of Kashmiri people in the valley as silent spectators.
The Chairperson said that world silence over the continued war crimes by the Indian forces raised many eyebrows, adding that the Indian notorious government has been emboldened by the world criminal silence over the unabated state terrorism and barbarism.
She made it clear that the unabated state aggression and tyranny could not dampen the courage of Kashmiri people and they would take their freedom fight to its logical conclusion come what may.
Mushaal revealed that Indian forces are destroying the houses by installing bombs.
The Chairperson requested that world community, UN and human right organizations should take notice of these severe human rights violations which India has been committing for the last 70 years.
She maintained that Kashmiris people are demanding their right to self-determination as per the UN resolutions and the world community should play due role in solving the decades-long pending issue.