Pakistan can make India ‘bite the dust’ in no time, warns Mushaal

  • Says India should let Kashmiri decide their fate
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By Hamid Khan Wazir

ISLAMABAD: Mushaal Hussein Mullick, the wife of the Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Yasin Malik, said that the Balakot incident proved that Pakistan can make India ‘bite the dust’ in no time; hence it should better to allow Kashmiris to decide their own fate.

Speaking at a function here on Saturday, Mushaal, who is also the Chairperson Peace and Culture Organization, said that Indian forces involved in committing genocide of Kashmiri people in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Mushaal said that the Indian forces unleashed a wave of terrorism and barbarism to stifle the voices of Kashmiri freedom fighters.

Lauding the role of the Pakistan Air force (PAF), she said that PAF dashed to the ground the Indian’s designs to attack inside Pakistan, adding that Pakistan armed forces are the most professional forces in the world; hence Indian should better to think thousands times before committing Balakot like blunder.

She said that Indian forces have to face humiliation at all fronts, adding that occupied forces crossed all limits of brutalities and inhuman acts in the occupied valley.

The Chairperson said that Indian troops martyred Kashmiri youth on daily basis and they are being subjected to torture to dampen their courage; however she vowed that such brutal and inhuman tactics further solidify their will for freedom.

“I wrote a letter to UN against Indian atrocities against Kashmiri people,” she added. She said that all top Hurriyat leadership were put behind bars and demanded that the UN should take steps to ensure their safe release. Mushaal urged UN and other human right organization to play their role in giving right the long-denied right of right to self-determination.

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