Kashmiris concerned over Aasiya Andrabi deteriorating health

Pakistan urges EU to pressure India

Kashmiris concerned over Aasiya Andrabi deteriorating health during current imprisonment in Tihar jail Delhi.

In this regard, International Forum for Justice and Human Rights Jammu and Kashmir Chairman, Mohammad Ahsan Untoo issued a statement in Srinagar.

Kashmiris concerned over Aasiya Andrabi deteriorating health

Kashmiri leader alerts on deteriorating health of Syeda Aasiya Andrabi.

Dukhtaran-e-Millat Chairperson has been languishing in Indian jail for the past four years.

Furthermore, Untoo expressed serious concern over the deteriorating health condition of her.

He said that Aasiya Andrabi is undergoing mental and physical trauma.

He also urged human rights organizations to raise their voice against cruel methods being employed by India against Kashmiri prisoners.

Meanwhile, senior Hurriyat leader Professor Abdul Ghani Butt reiterated Kashmiris’ pledge to continue their just struggle till they achieve the inalienable right to self-determination.

He said this, while talking to people in Srinagar.

Furthermore, he urged international community to facilitate a sustained dialogue process between Pakistan and India to resolve the internationally-accepted Kashmir dispute.

Fake cases

Meanwhile, Kashmir Media Service released an analytical report.

It said that Modi-led fascist Indian government is  implicating Hurriyat leaders and activists in fake cases.

The report maintained Indian authorities put more than 13,000 Kashmiris behind bars since August 5, 2019.

Besides, they had also arrested 161,163 during the past 30 years in IIOJK.

Meanwhile, APHC leader Mir Shahid Saleem said that Modi government has unleashed a war against Kashmiris and minorities.

He expressed these views, while addressing a protest rally in Jammu.

On the other hand, Modi government has forced dwellers to stay indoors.

Besides, they forces shopkeepers to shut their businesses in the name of so-called District Development Council elections.


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