Modi risks lives of millions of Kashmiris due to non-availability of medicines: Mushaal

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By Hamid Khan Wazir

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Mushaal Hussein Malik, the wife of detained Kashmiri leader Mohammad Yasin Malik, has said that Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) is reeling under inhuman curfew amid the world fight against deadly Coronavirus that wrought havoc across the globe.

   

In a video statement on Wednesday, the Peace and Culture Organisation Chairperson Mushaal Hussein Malik said that the fascist Narendra Modi government continued the unabated atrocities and state barbarism in the scenic valley despite the rising cases of the life-taking virus in the region.

Mushaal Hussein Malik lamented that prisoners were being released worldwide to contain the spread of the lethal Coronavirus, while the notorious Modi administration has yet to learn any lesson and continued its policy of torture of brutality to silence the voices of freedom fighters.

Mushaal said that instead of making policy to protect and safeguard the occupied valley from the deadly virus, the Modi government is risking the lives of Kashmiri people as over 400 more Kashmiri youth have been jailed.

The Peace and Culture Organisation Chairperson went on to say that the life of the Hurriyat leaders and Kashmiri youths are under constant danger due to the fast spread of the Coronavirus in the region that engulfed almost the world.

The Chairperson demanded that the world community and human rights organizations should take notice of the fast deteriorating situation in the valley and pressed the notorious Modi administration to ensure the release of the detained Kashmiri leaders and youths so as they could be protected against the virus.

Mushaal appealed that the international community and world powers should play their role to lift the worst and inhuman communication blockade imposed in the IOK for the last almost a year.

Talking about the non-availability of medicines and health facilities, she demanded that the world health organization should take notice of the situation as the brutal administration deprived the Kashmiri people of basic health facilities at the time when Coronavirus is spreading across the globe like wildfire.

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