Hurriyat (M) denounces HR abuses in Kashmir

Hurriyat Conference (M) today denounced, what it said, the continued human rights violations across the Valley at the hands of forces resulting in the killing of over 50 civilians and injuries to around 6000 persons since July 9.
Hurriyat (M) denounces HR abuses in Kashmir
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Hurriyat Conference (M) today denounced, what it said, the continued human rights violations across the Valley at the hands of forces resulting in the killing of over 50 civilians and injuries to around 6000 persons since July 9.  

"Many of the injured have been handicapped, maimed and blinded," the Hurriyat (M) spokesman said, in a statement.

 "Yesterday the terror was unleashed on the people in Damhal Hanjipora, Pahalagam and other adjoining areas  Amirabad Tral and Palhalan where  dozens of private motorcycles and vehicles were set on fire  and residential houses damaged to take revenge from people." 

Reiterating that Kashmir's resistance movement is indigenous in character, the spokesman said, "Despite limited resources, the unarmed and peaceful people of Kashmir are carrying forward this movement for fulfillment of their basic right of right to self-determination."

He condemned the continued house detention of Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Muhammad Umar Farooq and veteran resistance leader Syed Ali Geelani for the past 27 days and  continued arrest of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik at Central Jail Srinagar.

He also condemned the detention of Mukhtar Ahmad Waza, Javed Ahmad Mir and other Hurriyat leaders at local police stations and continuous house detention of Advocate Shahid-ul-Islam, whose health deteriorated today and had to be shifted to a hospital for treatment.

The spokesman urged people to march towards Hazratbal on Friday and make the call for Hazratbal chalo a great success.  

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