Indian rulers have given a free hand to its forces to kill, maim, arrest, torture, intimidates Kashmiris. It is our religious, moral and national duty to resist this onslaught and at the same time help those who are victims of this onslaught //Muhammad Yasin Malik
Srinagar, 13 Dec: Indian rulers have given a free hand to its forces to kill, maim, arrest, torture, intimidate Kashmiris. They have a license to kill and destroy our properties and inflict every kind of miseries on us. It is our religious, moral and national duty to resist this onslaught and at the same time help those who are victims of this onslaught. This was stated by the chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik while talking to the victims of recent carnage at Muj-gund Srinagar and the parents of little victim of Indian pellet terrorism Hibba Jaan at SMHS hospital today.
Ailing JKLF chairman, who was released from police custody only yesterday, today visited Muj-gund where Indian forces recently destroyed seven residential houses and hence left dozens of poor and destitute families roofless and forced them to live under open sky in harsh cold months of December. JKLF chairman met with these devastated families and expressed solidarity with them. After meeting these families JKLF chairman went to SMHS hospital where 18 month old baby Hibba Jaan who became the youngest victim of Indian pellet terrorism is under treatment and has been operated upon recently. JKLF chairman saw her and her worried parents and expressed solidarity with them. JKLF chairman stayed at Hospital for some time with the family and talked to doctors treating little Hibba Jaan.
While talking to the victims at Muj-Gund, JKLF chairman said that Kashmir is burning and Kashmiris are being brutalized by Indian aggression with impunity. JKLF chairman said that the carnage at Muj-gund in which more than half a dozen residential houses have been raised to ground by Indian forces and dozens of families have been left roof-less in these coldest days and nights, JKLF chairman said that Mayhem at Muj-gund is actually a minuscule example of Indian aggression in Kashmir which is killing, maiming, destroying and oppressing Kashmiris at will. JKLF chairman said that all this aggression is continuing in the name of operation all out and only aim of this state sponsored terrorism is to punish Kashmiris for their exemplary resistance and resilience.
While talking to the parents of 18 month old baby Hibba Jaan at SMHS hospital, JKLF chairman said that pellets are worldwide used to hunt animals but in Kashmir this weapon is being used to kill and blind humans and ironical part of this is that no one in the international community is taking a note of this inhumanness by India. Yasin Malik said that baby Hibba Jan was not carrying any gun or stone and she was fired upon and deprived from her eye sight in the lap of her parents. He said that those who boast about being democrats and peace lovers on daily basis should answer a question that why was the eyesight of 18 month old baby Hibba Jan snatched by pellets, what was her crime and have those who deprived her of eyesight ever been penalized? JKLF chairman said that Indian leaders and their deployed authorities in Jammu Kashmir have unleashed and expedited this reign of terror and massacres in a bid to defeat Kashmiri resistance but they fail to realize that if defeating or intimidating a nation that has resolved to achieve freedom and right to self-determination would have been possible then many nations including India would not have been sovereign countries today. He said that India and its viceroy in the form of Governor, should wake up from their daydreaming and realize that sooner or later India will have to acknowledge the aspirations of the people of Jammu Kashmir, bow before a people’s resistance and accept the right of self-determination of the people of Jammu Kashmir as it is also in the in the interest of their own nations and people.
Meanwhile JKLF chairman muhammad Yasin Malik has expressed his deep grief and sorrow over the demise of mother of editor in chief Kashmir reader Haji Hayat Muhammad Butt who breathed her last today. Yasin Malik while expressing solidarity with the bereaved family prayed for the heavenly abode of the deceased mother. JKLF chairman also visited the bereaved family of Incarcerated resistance leader Farooq Ahmad Dar @ Bitta-karatay and expressed condolences to them at the demise of his mother. Yasin sahib prayed for the heavenly abode of departed soul and also for the Sabr-I-Jamil to his bereaved family.