Exert pressure on India: Nayeem to international community
Srinagar: Jammu Kashmir National Front chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan on Monday appealed to the international community, human rights organizations and Organization of Islamic Countries to exert pressure on India for the release of all the Kashmiri prisoners so that a conducive atmosphere for the final solution of Kashmir issue could be created.
Paying glowing tributes to Shaheed Dr Qazi Nisar on his 17th anniversary, Nayeem described him a great Islamic scholar and popular leader.
Nayeem Khan, according to party statement, has expressed anguish over the continued detention of Qazi Yasir.
“Keeping Qazi Yasir detained even on the day when he should have been free to observe his father’s anniversary, is a proof that the Government of India has not given up its policy to curb Kashmiris by force and its claims of democracy and Confidence Buildings Measures are a bunch of lies”, Nayeem said.
Khan expressed serious concern over the continued detention of ailing pro-freedom leaders and activists including Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, Ghulam Nabi Sumji, Asiya Andrabi, Mushtaq Ul Islam, Shakeel Ahmad Bakhshi.
He alleged that the detainees continued to be languishing in jails despite court orders for their release.
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