Masarrat Aalam expresses deep concern over systematic genocide of Kashmiris – Kashmir Media Service


Srinagar, Feb 02 (KMS): In illegally Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the imprisoned Chairman of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC), Masarrat Aalam Butt, has expressed deep concern over the horrific killings and gross human rights violations committed by Indian troops in the territory.

Masarrat Aalam Butt, in a message from the notorious Tihar prison in New Delhi, while referring to the ongoing killing at the IIOJK, said it was of great concern that almost 10 million Kashmiris were continuously besieged by over a million occupying forces that have been granted a free license to kill people with impunity. He lamented that all draconian laws have been enforced and all shields are provided to men in uniform to carry out the systematic genocide of Kashmiri Muslims.

Exposing India’s nefarious plans to change the demography of the IIOJK, the illegally detained APHC chairman said that now even non-Muslim communities living in Jammu and Ladakh regions have realized that the influx of non-state subjects, who received land and residence certificates on a large scale, has a negative effect on the employment and business activities of the local population in addition to social and cultural aggression on the occupied territory.

He praised the marvelous role played by the freedom-loving Kashmiri people in foiling India’s nefarious designs and expressed satisfaction over the high morale of the brave people of Kashmir in fighting against Indian hegemony, state terrorism and its imperialism with renewed zeal and zest.

Masarrat Aalam Butt has urged UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to take seriously the deteriorating situation in Jammu and Kashmir regarding widespread genocide, extrajudicial killings, attacks on women and violations blatant violations of human rights by the Indian occupying forces. He also insisted on the rapid resolution of the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the resolutions of the World Body which has been pending since 1948 before the UNSC.


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