JKLF holds protests in Lal Chowk Srinagar and London in United Kingdom (UK)

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JKLF holds protests in Lal Chowk Srinagar and London in United Kingdom (UK)

Senior JKLF leader Muhammad Rafi Nanaji arrested by police, JKLF condemns the arrest


Srinagar, 21 Dec: Pulwama like massacres are glaring example of Indian enforced military occupation on Jammu Kashmir and the silence of international community is criminal. This was stated by the leaders of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) during protest demonstrations held in Lal Chowk Srinagar and London UK. Also police have arrested JKLF senior leader Muhammad Rafi Nanaji from his residence at Natipora today.

Various Leaders and activists of Jammu Kashmir liberation Front (JKLF) today held peaceful protest demonstration against ongoing carnage in Kashmir, the prolonged and repeated incarcerations of JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and others, Pulwama massacre and other oppressive measures by Indian state especially in villages of Kashmir valley. JKLF leaders Sheikh Abdul Rashid, Mir Muhammad Zaman, Muhammad Sideeq Shah, Javed Ahmad Butt, Professor Javed, Mushtaq Ahmad Khan, Ghulam Muhammad Dar, Ali Muhammad Acxhen and others participated in this protest.
It is worth to mention that police today arrested senior JKLF leader Muhammad Rafi Nanaji from his residence at Natipora and lodged him at police station Chanapora. A police contingent today morning raided the residence of Nanaji in the wee hours of morning are took him in custody immediately. JKLF has strongly condemned this arrest and termed it as arbitrary and undemocratic.


It is worth to mention that police today arrested senior JKLF leader Muhammad Rafi Nanaji from his residence at Natipora and lodged him at police station Chanapora. A police contingent today morning raided the residence of Nanaji in the wee hours of morning are took him in custody immediately. JKLF has strongly condemned this arrest and termed it as arbitrary and undemocratic.

Meanwhile JKLF United Kingdom and Europe Zone organized a protest program against unabated Indian aggression and spree of killings in Kashmir especially the carnage at Pulwama and arrest of JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and others on concocted charges. The Protest was held outside Indian high commissions in London JKLF leaders and members of Kashmiri Diaspora participated in these protest rallies. In London UK, protest rally was attended by many Kashmiris including the head of JKLF diplomatic bureau Professor Zafar Khan , Sabir Gul ,Tehseen Gilani and others. JKLF addressed the participants of the protest and condemned the oppressive tactics used by Indian state against the people of Jammu Kashmir.
Meanwhile JKLF units in London, Brussels and other parts of Europe held protest demonstration outside Indian embassies and high commissions, against ongoing Indian aggression in Kashmir valley especially the recent carnage at Pulwama. A memorandum addressed to


Meanwhile JKLF units in London, Brussels and other parts of Europe held protest demonstration outside Indian embassies and high commissions, against ongoing Indian aggression in Kashmir valley especially the recent carnage at Pulwama. A memorandum addressed to
OIC, EU and AU blocks , the Arab League, UN Secretary General at the UN headquarters in New York USA was also distributed to media present on the occasion . This memorandum has been already delivered to the concerned.

In its memorandum issued from Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front-JKLF- International Secretariat, 119-123 Cannon Street Road London E1 2LX, JKLF has urged the international community to take a serious note of situation in Jammu Kashmir which was no less than a human catastrophe. JKLF memorandum said that, the international institutions and the powerful nations were on trial due to their failure to defend the dignity and, the basic right of Kashmiris to a life of peace and freedom. India is hiding the daily Pulwama type acts of militarized violence from the eyes and ears of the world community.

On the other hand however, silence on Kashmir of the world community is evidently deafening, and troubling to Kashmiris, who quite justifiably ask the simple question: are we not a part of humanity? Of course we are part of humanity, and as such we do not accept silence and indifference of the international community, said the JKLF memorandum.

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