Mir castigates HR organizations
Srinagar, Dec 1: Taking a dig at the human rights organizations for their alleged silence over, what he said, the arrest of innocent children, the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (R) senior vice-chairman, said the functionaries of these organizations did not feel pain over the plight of arrested kids lodged in police stations during these shivering cold days.
Mir was addressing public at Sanoor Kalipora in Budgam today to mark the martyrdom anniversary of JKLF leaders: Shaheed Hyder Ali and Shaheed Jamal-ud-Din.
Paying rich tributes, Mir reiterated that the mission of martyrs would be taken to its logical end. He alleged that rights violations in Kashmir at the hands of armed forces had beaten all records of history. “There is absolute lawlessness prevailing in Jammu Kashmir. Draconian laws like AFSPA, Disturbed Area Act and Public Safety Act are in vogue in the state for the past over 20 years and the forces operating in the state enjoy immunity under the cover of these laws to perpetrate rights violations and curb civil liberties of people,” he said.
Emphasizing the need for unity among all pro-freedom groups, Mir appealed to the leadership of both the Hurriyat Conference and other pro-freedom parties to assemble on a single platform for the sake of martyrs and pursue the cause of freedom.
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