Mushaal hails British lawmakers for raising voice for Yasin, other prisoners’ release

KashmirMushaal hails British lawmakers for raising voice for Yasin, other prisoners’ release
  • Urges int’l community to press India to accept Kashmiris right to self-determination

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Mushaal Hussein Mullick, a wife of unlawfully incarcerated Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik, lauded the British Parliamentarians for pressing the notorious Narendra Modi-led fascist government to release her husband, who was unjustly convicted for life imprisonment by kangaroo court in fabricated, concocted and politically-motivated cases for his crime to raise voice for Kashmiris just cause of right to self-determination.

In a statement, the former Caretaker Prime Minister’s Special Assistant for Human Rights and Women Empowerment, Mushaal Mallick commended the over a dozen of British Parliamentarians who adopted a principled, just and courageous position to raise voice for the release of all Kashmiri prisoners including Yasin and demanding withdrawal of all fake and politically motivated cases against all political prisoners.

   

Mushaal Mallick said that supremacist Indian government turned the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) into a killing field and the worst biggest open torture cell, wherein the Indian occupation forces were committing gross human rights violations with complete impunity.

Mushaal praised the parliamentarian for highlighting the unabated gross human rights violations and war crimes being orchestrated by the brutal troopers to silence the dissenting voices in the occupied valley.

The Chairperson Peace and Culture Organisation emphasized that it was high time to build a pressure on notorious Indian government to put a stop to these unabated human rights violations against freedom loving people of the occupied valley, besides taking steps on war-footing basis to save the life of Yasin because, God forbid, the bloodthirsty Modi could use his death sentence for political mileage in the forthcoming general elections.

Mushaal revealed that the occupation forces unleashed a reign of terror in the occupied region but the brave people were not ready to be convinced anything less than the right to self-determination.

The Hurriyat leader lamented the UN bodies and world powers’ criminal silence over the limitless and immeasurable bloodthirstiness and barbarity of the Indian forces in the occupied Kashmir.

Mushaal Mallick  urged that parliamentarians of other leadings countries including the US should also play their proactive role to build pressure on their respective governments to force Indian government to ensure the safe release of Yasin Malik and resolve the decades-old Kashmir dispute as per the aspirations of Kashmiri people once and for all.

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