Islamabad: The Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Peoples’ Freedom League, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani has strongly denounced horrendous killings by Indian troops in Dardpora Kupwara and shelling on the peaceful protesters who were demanding probe into the cold-blooded murder of seven people on Tuesday.
He said that firing on local protesters, killings of civilians, restrictions on civil liberties, harassment and imprisonment of the supporters of plebiscite by the army and police of the Indian regime in Kashmir had gained intensity during the last several months, as there was no international pressure on India on Kashmir and it was about to justify additional army contingents for the territory from Delhi.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani urged Pakistan to raise the question of Indian brutalities and harassment and torture of innocent civilians and pro-movement political leaders with UN and launch a result-oriented diplomatic drive during the forthcoming session of the United Nation’s Council for Human Rights in Geneva, besides apprising the OIC Contact Group on Kashmir of gruesome human rights conditions in Jammu and Kashmir under Indian occupation.
He said the Kashmiris were feeling insecure day after day owing to India’s intensified military and police tyranny and world’s cool shoulder towards their plight. He expressed the view that the trade-campaign between Pakistan and India during last few years, especially in the foregoing months had not benefited Kashmir and the anti-Pakistan activities by India had become hall-mark of Indian policy around the Eastern and Western borders