DeM concerned over Aasiya’s falling health in jail

Dukhatarn-e-Millat (DeM) general secretary Nahida Nasreen today said “the government had come up with new ways to suppress the genuine voices of Kashmiris by using stun grenades.
DeM concerned over Aasiya’s falling health in jail

Dukhatarn-e-Millat (DeM) general secretary  Nahida Nasreen today said "the government had come up with new ways to suppress the genuine voices of Kashmiris by using stun grenades."

"After wreaking havoc with Pellet guns and Pava shells, the regime has unleashed havoc by firing stun grenades. The stun grenades have caused serious health issues to the civilians. It not only affects those who live in the surrounding areas but also those who live beyond that," Nasreen, in a statement today, said, adding that "After blinding and killing people with pellet guns the puppets have now started damaging the ear drums of the people."

Quoting news reports that many   civilians have suffered damages in their ear drums, Nasreen said, "The puppets of New Delhi have left no stone unturned to suppress the voices of Kashmiris. They have turned localities into localities of deaf and blind."

"It is laughing that after blinding the people Mehbooba came up with Ujala scheme. After blinding people and taking away their vision, the government is busy in launching cosmetic schemes. These are the oppressive tactics of the oppressive government against oppressed people of Kashmir," Nasreen said, adding that "The DeM incarcerated chairperson Syeda Aasiya Andrabi's health has deteriorated in Baramulla sub jail where she has been detained under draconian PSA.  She had to be vaccinated in October. Despite pleading to authorities to take her for vaccination, she has not been provided any medical aid. Due to lack of heating facilities and the regular clashes inside jail, her health has further deteriorated." 

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