It’s ploy to muzzle genuine voices: DeM

Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) today rejected, what it said, the latest recommendation of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) asking the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to file a fresh FIR against the party chairperson Syeda Aasiya Andrabi, terming it a another ‘ploy of India to muzzle the genuine voices’ in Jammu and Kashmir.
It’s ploy to muzzle genuine voices: DeM
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Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) today rejected, what it said, the latest recommendation of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) asking the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to file a fresh FIR against the party chairperson Syeda Aasiya Andrabi, terming it a another 'ploy of India to muzzle the genuine voices' in Jammu and Kashmir.

"It exposes the frustration of the Indian government," the DeM spokesperson Rifat Fatima, in a statement today, said.

"NIA is being asked to investigate the ideology of resistance leadership.  The NIA drama was held in the past too and when nothing transpired NlA had to omit the name of the DeM chairperson.  This fresh drama too will meet the same fate as it also is based on falsehood," Rifat said.

"Aasiya Anadrabi along with general secretary Nahida Nasreen and press secretary Sofi Fehmeeda are already serving detention in jail for the past three months in false and fabricated cases," Rafiat said. 

"Indian government knows that the DeM exposes its sinister policies and educates the people about illegal forcible control. This is why India has been using this NIA drama as it has understood that it has failed to win over Kashmiris by using its 10 lakh forces  and now is using these cheap tricks by booking  the resistance leadership and the pro-resistance people in false cases so that they can never come out of jails," she added.

"By caging Aasiya or Nahida or Fehmeeda or the other resistance leader, this movement will never stop. India can cage people but not sentiments or ideologies. This ideology has already been transferred to the younger generation and with its full might this younger generation is giving a befitting reply to New Delhi," she said.

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