By Hamid Khan Wazir
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Mushaal Hussein Malik, wife of detained Kashmiri leader Mohammad Yasin Malik, lashed out at the fascist Indian government for further tightening the curfew despite rising Coronavirus cases in the occupied valley.
The Peace and Culture Organization chairperson said in a statement on Tuesday said that the world community is talking about the ceasefire globally to jointly fight the deadly virus but ironically the notorious Narendra Modi led government is further tightening the screw around the Kashmiri freedom fighters.
She said that there is an acute medical shortage in the valley due to complete communication blockage in the Indian occupied Kashmir.
She demanded the World Health Organization (WHO) and other human rights organizations to review the health situation in the valley.
Mushaal expressed apprehension that owing to the cruel and inhuman approach of the occupied authorities, the cases of the deadly virus could engulf the whole region.
She demanded the world community and human rights organizations to take notice of the ongoing human violations and pressed the fascist government to lift the inhuman curfew in the valley.
She said that the people who are visiting for medicines are being tortured and the supply of life-saving medicines is being denied; hence the life of the Kashmiri people is at great risk.
In such a situation, she maintained that the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) is undergoing a major health crisis amid the growing Coronavirus cases in the region, as the dwellers have been deprived of all basic health facilities due to the continued lockdown in the area.
She lamented that Mushaal said that the prisoners are being released across the globe to contain the spread of the deadly virus but ironically the Indian authorities in IOK is arresting the Kashmiri people.
She urged the international community and human rights organizations to take notice of the Indian fascist government’s continued brutalities, killing spree and state barbarism.
The Chairperson demanded that Kashmir youths and leadership including her husband who was in New Delhi’s Tihar Jail should be released instantly as the virus is fast-spreading in the region.