New Delhi muzzling voice of Kashmiris: Hurriyat (G)

Hurriyat Conference (G) on Sunday accused New Delhi of “muzzling voice” of Kashmiris by what it said “mischievous acts.
New Delhi muzzling voice of Kashmiris: Hurriyat (G)
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Hurriyat Conference (G) on Sunday accused New Delhi of "muzzling voice" of Kashmiris by what it said "mischievous acts." 

"The Indian agencies are trying to frame fabricated cases against the people in general and pro-freedom camp in particular. Indian rulers and their local goons try to muzzle the truthful and just voice of people by these mischievous acts," Hurriyat (G) spokesperson said in a statement.  

"Peer Saifullah, personnel secretary of Hurriyat Chairman Syed Ali Geelani Sahab, who is suffering from brain tumor, was rearrested while returning from Delhi after medical checkup. He was subjected to the worse kind of psychological torture. His condition deteriorated and was admitted in Sub-district hospital Budgam. Although doctors had advised him complete bed rest, but he was again put behind the bars thereby torturing him to yield to their demands," the spokesperson said.  

"India has been using these tactics earlier also but they have failed in past and will definitely fail in future as well. Frustrated by the present wave of uprising, Indian agencies are hell bent upon maligning the movement by framing cases against the pro-freedom people," it said. 

Elaborating, he said "in similar case, jailed Hurriyat Spokesman Ayaz Akbar's son Sarwar Yaqoob is still languishing in police station Parimpora for the last one and half month, despite his father being already under custody and his mother is suffering from cancer."

"Hurriyat strongly condemned the arrest of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat General Secretary Muhammad Ashraf Sehraie from his residence and shifted him to some unknown destination. Sehraie is old and sick, and his health is likely to get worsened by the persistent police confinement. Hurriyat Conference has also condemned the arrest of Syed Imtiyaz Hyder from Hyderpora office by police today. It is to mention here that Imtiyaz Hyder was released before two days after his 45 day custody," the statement said.

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