Murder of young lecturer would even put Nazis to shame: Mirwaiz

Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Thursday said that the “cold-blooded murder” of young lecturer in Khrew will even put the Nazis to shame.
Murder of young lecturer would even put Nazis to shame: Mirwaiz
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Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Thursday said that the "cold-blooded murder" of young lecturer in Khrew will even put the Nazis to shame.

"The cold-blooded murder a young lecturer in Khrew Shabir Ahmad Monga son of Wali Muhammad Monga of Khrew Pampore who was dragged out his home, beaten and then mercilessly killed in custody will even put the Nazis to shame. The country that prides itself of patronising "ahimsa" is sinking itself further and further in the morass of tyranny, with no remorse," he said in a statement today. 

Mirwaiz said that the people in Kashmir wouldn't be deterred by blocking supplies of fuel and essentials.

"Let the infamous regime know that its anti human tactics of blocking supply of fuel and essential food items like milk and vegetables from reaching people so that they suffer and are brought down on their knees and taught a lesson, will not deter a nation that has shown such tremendous resilience for their just cause," he said.

He said that the GOI has forgotten the history of its own freedom struggle where in the people of India did not bow before the British repression, "which though was of a far milder nature than what we are being subject to, but did not give up until the British left."

Mirwaiz  also welcomed the statement of United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) High Commissioner, Zeid Ra'ad Al Husein in which he had expressed concern over the human rights violations in Jammu Kashmir and sought permission of both Government of India and Pakistan to send their team here to inquire about the grave human rights violations.

Mirwaiz asked the GOI to immediately allow the UNHRC team to the visit Kashmir and take stock of the "worst human rights violations and killings happening in Jammu Kashmir."

Expressing hope that Government of India would give up on its "adamant stance" and facilitate the UNHRC team to visit Kashmir, he said this would help the international community to know the reality and ground situation in Kashmir.

Mirwaiz asked the Government of Pakistan also to "allow the UNHRC team to visit Azad Kashmir, as it this would only expose Government of India's propaganda on Azad Kashmir and call its bluff."

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