Appeals HR organisations to fulfil their moral responsibility
Srinagar, Nov 23: Hurriyat Conference (G) while expressing his serious concern over the deteriorating condition of Peer Saif Ullah, said that he has been diagnosed for brain tumor by doctors in Apollo hospital.
In a statement issued to KNS, spokesman said that though he was operated upon for said ailment, was advised for more follow up by doctors attending on him. “It was a routine for him to visit hospital for check-ups, however was arrested and lodged in Tihar jail,” said spokesman.
Quoting medical experts, spokesman said that he was asked to avoid any stress as it may prove fatal for him and added that now being in custody, it is moral responsibility for administration to provide specific treatment to Peer Saif ullah from same consultants attending him.
“We appeal human rights organisations of the world like Amnesty International, Asia Watch and all kind-hearted people in India to fulfil their moral responsibility and to impress upon Indian government for providing of medical aid to Peer Saif Ullah and other detainees lodged in different jails,” added spokesman. (KNS)