ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Mushaal Hussein Mullick, the Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organisation, said that the fascist Indian state is a certified ‘terrorist state’ which is using all brutal and inhuman tactics to stifle the dissenting voices in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
Mushaal, who is the wife of jailed Kashmiri Hurriyat leader Muhammad Yasin Malik, in a statement on Tuesday in connection with International Day of Peace observed and celebrated across the world, said, that the world is observing International Day of Peace, but the peace is something quite unknown to Kashmiri people who are facing the worst state terrorism at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the over 74 years.
She said, “Does India have any shame left? They declare themselves champions of democracy and human rights and what they are doing in the occupied land of Kashmir. We will fight and show the ugly face of Indian occupation and barbarity to the world at all costs,” she vowed.
Mushaal said, “Why does India think that it can sabotage our freedom movement by linking it with terrorism? Let me tell you who is a terrorist. The Indian State has illegally occupied our land, not us and we are fighting for our freedom,” she added.
The chairperson stated that the world is observing International Day of Peace at the time when Indian forces unleashed a fresh wave of state brutalities under the guise of fake encounters and killing of top resistance leaders including Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai and Syed Ali Gilani in detention to muzzle and deter the freedom fighters.
Mushaal said it is beyond comprehension as how the world celebrating global peace day, when there is no peace in Kashmir and people are continue to suffer under brutal Indian occupation, adding that Indian forces were given license to carry out massacre of the Kashmiri people with impunity.
The Hurriyat leader maintained that Indian troops are involved in war crimes in the occupied territory and urged the global community not to remain a silent spectator on Indian brutalities and take practical steps to punish them for their inhuman acts.