Islamabad March 15: Muhammad Farooq Rehmani Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League and former convener All Parties Hurriyat Conference AJK, has warned the anti-Kashmir policies of the Modi regime could ignite the situation in Kashmir, should the Indian occupation forces have recourse to gun against peaceful Kashmiri demonstrators during crackdown and operations in civil lines of the State. The military warning if carried out will result in massacre of people and bloodshed in Kashmir. Such dreadful utterances and intentions of the army cast doubts on and show futility of the Pakistan-India diplomatic, political and cricket relationship and endanger already worsened human rights situation in Jammu and Kashmir. Obviously, India treats Kashmir as her inferior colony and Jageer, to continue the illegal occupation of the bifurcated state.
Nevertheless, the occupation by and large is becoming unacceptable even for intellectuals and students in India. They have raised their voice against human rights violations by India in Kashmir and an undemocratic and illegal military occupation of the disputed region; resulting in brutal crack-down and hooliganism by the fascist Hindutva fanatics on the JNU student leaders, professors and the kashmiris in Delhi. The students Union President Kanhiya Kumar and Prof. SAR Gilani have been charged with treason and a bail application of S R Gilani has been rejected by the authorities on flimsy grounds of criminal conspiracy. On the other hand, a massive student campaign has kicked off in Delhi and Kashmir for the release of the student leaders. The oppressed religious and ethnic minorities and other down-trodden communities and classes in India are up in arms against not only their own suppression; they have declared support to the right of self-determination of the Kashmiris. This is a positive sign in India. India must listen to the clarion call of its people.
The time has come when the UN must implement the Security resolutions on Kashmir–the first and foremost resolutions on any dispute. Those can’t be ignored or bypassed. Otherwise, no trade or diplomatic relation will save the South Asia from becoming appallingly instable and victim of military crisis. The UN Chief should without further delay depute a special team to the tormented Kashmir to assess the situation on spot. The World Body must prevent Indian army from using its fire-power against peaceful demonstrators and urge Kashmir’s peaceful resolution in line with the right of self-determination as promised in the relevant UNCIP resolutions.”