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Mushaal seeks UN probe into Hyderpora civilians killing

  • Says scarring of shrouded corpses of Kashmiris clear sign of Modi defeat
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Lashing out at the fascist Indian government for the killing spree, the Chairperson Peace and Culture Organisation Mushaal Hussein Mullick has demanded the UN for a formation of an independent and powerful commission to probe into the killing of civilians by brutal Indian troops in Hyderpora area of Srinagar.

Mushaal, wife of jailed Kashmiri Hurriyat leader, Muhammad Yasin Malik, in a statement on Friday said that the killing of three civilians Dr. Mudasir Gul, Altaf Butt and Mohammad Amir in Hyderpora has further exposed the brutal face of the Hindutva regime.

She said that the barbarity and state terrorism of the occupied authorities could be judged from the fact that the family members of the martyrs were taken into custody for the just demand to have the bodies of their loved ones.

Mushaal said that the heirs of the slain Hyderpora Srinagar Shaheed Altaf Ahmed and Shaheed Dr. Mudassir were arrested and tortured and dragged on the road, which is a shameful act.

She said that fascist Narendra Modi and his fascist government are also afraid of the shrouded corpses of Kashmiris which is a clear sign of defeat.

The chairperson said that Indian troops further accelerated the killing spree in the Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) to suppress the Kashmiris’ ongoing freedom struggle.

The Hurriyat leader went on to say that the civilian killings by Indian troops in a fake encounter in IIOJK became a norm because the security personnel are been rewarded for the killing of Kashmiris rather than fearing any accountability.

Mushaal demanded a time-bound judicial inquiry into the Hyderpora civilians killing to punish the perpetrators of the gruesome and terrorist act.

She said that the world powers and UN bodies should come out of the deep slumber and take notice of the unabated killing of innocent Kashmiri people for their sole crime to demand a just right of right to self-determination.

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