Wake up to killings in Kashmir: Yasin Malik to International community

Incarcerated chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik today accused the international community of maintaining “criminal silence” over the killings in Kashmir, asking it to fulfill its obligations towards people of Kashmir.
Wake up to killings in Kashmir: Yasin Malik to International community
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Incarcerated chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik today accused the international community of maintaining "criminal silence" over the killings in Kashmir, asking it to fulfill its obligations towards people of Kashmir. 

"Kashmiris are being killed and brutalized on daily basis, but international conscience is refusing to wake up from its deep slumber. How long will this criminal silence remain and when will international community fulfill its obligations vis-a-vis Kashmir," a spokesman of the Front, in a statement today, quoting Yasin Malik said. 

"Pro-India rulers who on daily basis are preaching high values, morality and ethics should introspect themselves first and feel some shame on being directly involved in the killings of more than 80 innocents, injuring more than 10,000 and snatching eyesight of hundreds of young boys and girls, majority of whom were students dreaming of a bright future and better life," Malik said. 

"Pro-India politicians and parties are actually the handle of Indian axe that is brutalizing Kashmiris from last many decades," he said. 

Condemning the killings of three more youth, Malik said, "the ongoing silence of international community is criminal and needs to be shunned immediately." 

Appealing international community to take a note of Kashmiri sufferings, Malik said, "Kashmiris are also humans and deserve sympathy and attention."

"The brazenness of pro-India politicians is such that today they are claiming that curfew in Kashmir has been only for 18 days thus denying the reality that even blind and insane people can feel and see. People who believe in choking political space on peaceful resistance, who believe in caging down political opponents and suppressing every voice of dissent should find some time to introspect their acts and behavior first and then come out with their sermons and lectures," Malik said. 

Meanwhile, various JKLF leaders including vice chairman Advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt, Master Sheikh Muhammad Afzal, Mir Siraj- ud-Din and Zahoor Ahmad Butt addressed various gatherings at Jenab sahib Soura, Trehgam Kupwara and Tangmarg, appealing people to remain steadfast with their peaceful resistance. 

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