Condemns shifting of inmates to outside jails
Srinagar, Mar 06: United Jihad Council (UJC) on Tuesday paid tributes to the civilians and militants killed in Shopian and Pulwama encounter.
In an e-mailed statement issued to KNS, the spokesman, Syed Sadaqat Hussain quoted the UJC chief, Syed Salah-ud-din said, “Indian leadership is using very tactic to suppress the ongoing freedom struggle. On one hand the innocent Kashmiris are being killed and on the other the leadership and the activists are being subjected to vendetta but the international Human Rights organizations have failed to take notice over the issue.”
Parsing Kashmiris and the leadership for their struggle, the UJC chief said that “despite bearing the brunt they are still continuing their struggle.”
The UJC also condemned the shifting of inmates including Dr Qasim Faktoo to other jails, saying that “the authorities are putting their lives at risk.”
He said that “International Human rights organizations are acting as mute spectator over the treatment meted out to Kashmiri prisoners in outside jails.”
He appealed amnesty international and Human Rights watch to take notice over the Human rights violation and impress upon India to stop such violations. (KNS)