International Human rights Day; JKLF senior vice chairman castigates Indian aggression in Kashmir and international community’s silence on it
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International Human rights Day; JKLF senior vice chairman castigates Indian aggression in Kashmir and international communitys silence on it

Civilized world is celebrating international human rights today but Kashmiris are being killed, maimed, looted and vandalized by so-called biggest democracy called India. International community shows utmost urgency on the rights of animals but have left humans in Kashmir at the mercy of Indian brutal forces //Abdul Hamid Butt (senior vice chairman JKLF)…….

Condemns the prolonged incarceration of ailing JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and others…..

 

Srinagar// In an email statement sent to SHAHARBEEN TIMES, JKLF condemns  the prolonged incarceration of ailing JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and others. Civilised world is celebrating international human rights today but Kashmiris are being killed, maimed, looted and vandalized by so-called biggest democracy called India. International community shows utmost urgency on the rights of animals but have left humans in Kashmir at the mercy of Indian brutal forces. This was stated by the senior vice chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Abdul Hameed Butt while addressing a meeting regarding international human rights day today.

While strongly condemning the prolonged incarceration of ailing JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik who is on daily basis arrested and put behind bars by Indian aggressors, JKLF senior vice chairman said that India claims to be the biggest democracy of the world but this sham democracy is trampling all the democratic and human rights of the people of Kashmir. JKLF leader said that JRL had announced a peaceful candlelight protest week to protest human rights abuses by India but this exemplary peaceful protest was banned by Indian authorities and many JKLF leaders and activists including vice chairman Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi , zonal president Noor Muhammad Kalwla, zonal general secretary Sheikh Abdul Rashid along with many others including social activists Shabir Ahmad Dabla and Shakil Ahmad Batkoo have been arrested while as JKLF leaders Nazir Ahmad Sheikh, Siraj ud din Mir, Zahoor Ahmad Butt, Abdul Rashid Magloo, Assadullah Sheikh , Ghluam Nabi Kashmiri and thousands of young and old are also in jails from a long time. JKLF leader said that so-called biggest democracy has chose to choke every voice of dissent and every peaceful program on human rights which is ridiculous in itself. He said that from last many days to stop protests on International Human Rights Day, the way police and forces launched a huge repressive operation against the resistance camp shows that India and its stooges despite their tall claims have no courage to compete with Resistance camp on political ground and that Kashmir is actually a police state. Butt sahib said that International community is today celebrating 71th anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and India too is a signatory to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which gives fundamental rights guaranteed to the individuals. Unfortunately, however India does not adhere to these principles. The value of life of a member of one religious community is more than the life of a member from another religious community and nowadays India is considered to be among the major human rights violating countries. Every year more and more civilians are killed by Indian armed forces in Jammu & Kashmir. India’s violent repression of protests in Jammu & Kashmir from 1989 resulted in hundred thousand deaths of protesters and the detention of thousands. Indian armed forces arbitrarily detained and tortured peaceful protesters during these years. The protests by the people of Jammu & Kashmir are carried for freedom and right of self-determination, against the failure to respect human rights and account for violations. The Indian armed forces are using unnecessary or excessive force, beatings, and detentions as a tool to suppress the voice of the people of Jammu & Kashmir. The people of Kashmir for the past seventy years are in a struggle for the exercise of their right to self-determination accrued to them under United Nations Charter and the resolutions passed by UN Security Council on Kashmir Dispute. The Indian armed forces enjoying impunity under Armed Forces (Special Powers) Acts (AFSPA) and other such laws have committed mass crimes in Kashmir. Harassment, threats, arbitrary detentions and politically motivated arrests, threats to freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly, crackdowns on peaceful protests, restrictions on freedom of expression, imposition of repeated curfews, restrictions, raids, and vandalizing of homes are often coupled with crackdowns on public protests and others have become a regular feature in Kashmir. Butt sahib said that year 2018 has been a deadly year for Kashmiris as killing spree has been expedited and enhanced by Indian colonial forces. Killing humans and blasting homes has become a new normal and arresting and incarcerating political dissidents has become a routine. The ironical part of this mayhem and human catastrophe is that international community is sleeping in deep slumber and despite recent UN report nothing is being done to stop abuse of human rights in Jammu Kashmir. JKLF senior vice chairman appealed international community to raise above its lip servicing and try to stop Indian aggression on human in Kashmir. He said that international community cares for the rights of animals but have left humans in Kashmir at the mercy of Indian aggression which is really disgusting. People of Jammu Kashmir are human too and need the attention of human community and if international community fails to deliver justice to Kashmiris, every poor and destitute including subjugated people of Jammu Kashmir will lose faith in humanness and human ethics, added JKLF vice chairman.