Rehmani alleges harassment of PFL activists
Srinagar, Mar 30: Jammu Kashmir People’s Freedom League Chairman, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani has strongly condemned, what he called, the harassment of League members and sympathizers by the police and other armed forces.
Rehmani, according to League statement, alleged that army, police and their secret agents were harassing political workers on personal vendetta making their life miserable by not allowing them to move freely even for their personal problems. He pointed out that the Disturbed Areas Act and the Armed Forces Special Powers Act, were still in vogue in Jammu Kashmir when the world community and New Delhi’s own human rights activists had termed these as inhuman and barbaric laws.
Rehmani said New Delhi talked of peace and peaceful dialogue with Pakistan but it was all to hoodwink the world opinion and tighten its ‘brutal’ grip over the state.
“Kashmir was never a bilateral issue. It was always an international tripartite issue. Kashmir is the real question of over 13 million inhabitants of Jammu and Kashmir and there is no alternative except to acknowledge this fact of history and geography unconditionally and initiate such measures as to enable the Kashmiris of every region to decide their future without fear or any religious and racial differences,” he said.
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