Hurriyat concerned over HR violations
GK NEWS NETWORK
Islamabad, May 6: Pakistan based Hurriyat representatives have expressed serious concern over the alleged human rights violations taking place in Jammu and Kashmir and the continuous detention of senior separatist leaders including Shabir Ahmed Shah, Nayeem Ahmed Khan and others.
A meeting of the general and executive council members of the amalgam presided over by the Hurriyat convener Mehmood Ahmed Saghar was held here this afternoon.
“Participants took serious note of the gross human rights violations taking place in the state,” a senior Hurriyat member said.
He said the representatives urged the international community to help resolve the Kashmir dispute in accordance with wishes of Kashmiris.
They also urged the world human rights bodies to take cognizance of declining health of “illegally detained” Kashmiri Hurriyat leaders and political activists including, Shabir Ahmad Shah, Nayeem Ahmad Khan and others.
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