DeM protests Assam, Myanmar killings
Srinagar, Aug 17: Activists of Dukhtaran-e-Milat Friday staged a protest here against alleged massacre of Muslims in Myanmar and Assam.
Chairperson of DeM, Asiya Andrabi, led dozens of her supporters in Srinagar carrying placards and raising slogans against the alleged killings of Muslims in Myanmar and Assam.
"The Muslim world is watching the massacre of innocent Muslims in Myanmar as mute spectators. The rulers of these countries have become stooges of the West," she said.
"We appeal the world conscience to rise in one voice against the massacre of Muslims in Myanmar," Andrabi told reporters during the protest.
She also criticized the alleged killings of Muslims in Assam and offered shelter to the Muslims of Myanmar and Assamese Muslims in Kashmir. IANS
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