Islamabad, 30 Nov, 2011: The Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League Muhammad Farooq Rehmani has denounced the very idea of amending the criminal procedure code by India for its army to curb the movement of right of self-determination in an another garb in Kashmir.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said, “India wants to continue its ugly and ferocious job, In a routine manner in the other shape of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) that is a red-iron-rod to guard Indian rule in Jammu and Kashmir.” He termed it a black conception of black minds for black laws. He said that it meant that the Indian establishment was in no mood to honor the concern of the world human rights circles to repeal the Disturbed Areas Act and the Armed Forces Special Powers Act for giving space to political and democratic activities in Kashmir .India knows that if her rein of oppression and tight grip over the people of the state is reduced even nominally, next morning it will not get time to pack bag and baggage to quit the 64 years of occupation.”
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said, “India has turned Kashmir into the laboratory of devilish ideas against humanity where black laws one after another are experimented to rule the territory.” He accused the UN Security Council for showing callous disregard to humanity and towards the resolution of Kashmir after adopting a dozen over resolutions to hold plebiscite there, leaving Kashmiris alone at the mercy of circumstances and military guns, facing unending killings, torture and enforced- disappearances only to be buried in ravines, or rivers or unmarked graves. He stressed that under the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights it was the responsibility of the world Body to protect life and honour of the Kashmiris, abide by international promises and prevent India’s occupation forces from trespassing and encroaching upon the rights of the oppressed people of Kashmir. But UN neither conducted plebiscite nor censored, stopped India from enacting inhuman laws to perpetuate state terrorism throughout Jammu and Kashmir. Consequently, India’s latest move could be an amendment through an ordinance for the time being to squeeze the public and suffocate them to any extent.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani called on the UN, OIC and human rights bodies to intervene in Kashmir and prevent Indian regime from implementing another black law under the name of CrPC. He said abrogating all inhuman and military laws in Jammu and Kashmir was of the call of the time to gain peace and peaceful resolution of the Kashmir dispute.