Amanullah laments silence of intl community
Felicitates Malik for highlighting K-issue during Hajj pilgrimage
Srinagar, Dec 10: The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) supreme head Amanullah Khan on Saturday lamented that the United Nations and other international organizations were unmoved by the plight of Kashmiris who have been facing agonies for the past two decades.
“Unabated human rights abuses committed in Jammu Kashmir are an outright slap on the face of international organizations,” a JKLF spokesman quoted Amanullah Khan as having said while addressing a meeting of Front functionaries on the World Human rights Day at its office in Rawalpandi, Pakistan.
“New Delhi has deployed over seven lakh forces in JK to suppress the peaceful struggle of unarmed people. The international community is acting as mute spectator to the atrocities being committed on the people of Kashmir by these forces,” he added.
Meanwhile, the Front supreme head Amanullah Khan, the central committee members: Hafiz Muhammad Anwar Samawi, Muhammad Sabir Ansari advocate, Khawja Parvaiz Iqbal, Dr Towqir Geelani, Khawja Saifud-Din , Sardar Abdul Hamid Khan, and other Front senior leaders Muhammad Rafiq Dar, Manzoor Ahmad Khan and convenor Pakistan administered Kashmir Gilgit Baltistan zone Sajjad Sidiqui have felicitated the JKLF chief Muhammad Yasin Malik for performing Hajj pilgrimage and praised him for highlighting Kashmir issue during his pilgrimage.
They also hailed him for meeting international leaders and apprising them about the Kashmir’s real situation.
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Lastupdate on : Sat, 10 Dec 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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