Aasiya slams govt for foiling UN office march

Dukhtaran-e-Millat chairperson Syeda Aasiya Andrabi today castigated the state government for stopping the Sonwar UN office march by imposing strict curfew in entire valley for days and nights, terming it mere frustration.
Aasiya slams govt for foiling UN office march
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Dukhtaran-e-Millat chairperson Syeda Aasiya Andrabi today castigated the state government for stopping the Sonwar UN office march by imposing strict curfew in entire valley for days and nights, terming it mere frustration. 

"We want to make it clear to puppet CM that by delivering lecture on Indian Independence Day on August 15, in an empty stadium under the umbrella of forces and her shedding tears can't befool youth and freedom loving people of 

"In Khrew Shaar the armed forces yesterday night entered the houses, dragged the people out, beat the youth mercilessly and arrested 28 and injured at least 70. Among them 22 have been hospitalized and in early morning one lecturer's  body was found lying on road in Shaar," Aasiya Andrabi said,  appealing to the government of Pakistan to immediately allow human rights cell of UNO to visit Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) to ascertain the human rights situation there as India is not allowing them to visit this part of Kashmir." 

"The oppressed people of Jammu and Kashmir are going through a tough situation to break the chains of 70 years old slavery of and last 41 days have added a new chapter of sacrifices in the history of Indian occupation. It is crystal clear that all freedom struggles are nourished by blood and other sacrifices. So we all must strive for freedom from India. We have to be aware of black sheep in our ranks and distance ourselves from those black sheep as nation has pledged this time to take this movement nourished by blood and priceless sacrifices to its logical conclusion by following the program given by joint leadership in letter and spirit," Aasiya Andrabi said.  

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