Modi fascist regime’s dancing over Kashmiris graves intolerable: Mushaal

KashmirModi fascist regime’s dancing over Kashmiris graves intolerable: Mushaal
  • Hails China, other countries defying sinister Indian plot by skipping G20 moot
  • Vows notorious face of Hindutva govt to be exposed worldwide

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organization Mushaal Hussein Mullick has made it clear that fascist Narendra Modi-led notorious government in India would not be allowed to dance anymore on the graves of Kashmiri people, vowing they would not rest until remove the yoke of Indian slavery.

Speaking at a huge rally here on Monday, Mushaal, wife of incarcerated senior hurriyat leader Yasin Malik, said that it was encouraging that the conscious countries were skipping the G20 summit holding in disputed region.

The rally led by Mushaal was taken out from Zero point and culminated at National Press club Islamabad, which was attended by people from all walks of life.Modi fascist regime’s dancing over Kashmiris graves intolerable: Mushaal

Mushaal Mullick lauded China for boycotting the meeting in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Mushaal welcomed the reports that Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Indonesia were also likely to skip the G20 meeting India, adding that it was high time the Pakistan’s friends should show solidarity with the Kashmiri people to foil the notorious and sinister plot of RSS-inspired Narendra Modi, who was holding the event in Srinagar to portray normalcy in the IIOJK.

The Kashmiri leader urged that public all over the world especially Pakistanis and Kashmiris should protest against Modi’s fascist policies illegally occupying Kashmir to denounce the G20 summit and exposed Indian regime notorious face globally.

Mushaal stated that all political parties and freedom fighter groups in IIOJK, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Paksitan along with various world capitals hold rallies highlighting the rising human rights violations and Indian war crimes on the occasion when the Indian government was hosting G20 summit in the disputed region.

The Chairperson reiterated the resolve that notorious Indian government could not suppress the voice of brave Kashmiris through such a conference.

Mushaal Mullick went on to say that the Hindutva regime could not muzzle the voices of freedom fighters despite unleashing a reign of terror for the over last 75 years.

Mushaal stated that those who think that they could suppress the voice of the people of Kashmir by holding a conference would prove wrong, as they would keep on showing the true face of India to the world and would not succeed its nefarious designs come what may.

The Chairperson vowed that Modi government could not hide the reality about Kashmir through its propaganda machinery, as Indian could not hoodwink the world by whitewashing Srinagar’s walls and roads.

The Kashmiri leader said that the world was cognizant of the fact that Indian fascist government turned the scenic valley into a killing field and largest open prison.

Mushaal recalled that Indian occupied forces were committing worst human rights violations, war crimes and involved in genocide and ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri people.

The Chairperson urged the world powers, human rights organizations and UN bodies to raise the issue of Indian war crimes vociferously in order to force the notorious Indian government to resolve the Kashmir dispute as per the UN resolutions and aspirations of Kashmiri people.

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