Srinagar, June 10, 2014 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has expressed solidarity with the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, Army Chief General Raheel Sharif and the people of the country over the terrorist attack on Karachi airport.
Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir were standing side by side their Pakistani brethren in the present time of testing. He advised the people of Pakistan to rise above from their personal differences and fight the anti-state elements unitedly.
Meanwhile, undeclared curfew remained imposed for the third consecutive day, today, in Pulwama following the killing of the two youth by Indian troops. Hurriyet leaders Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai and Farida Behanji in their statements denounced the imposition of curfew.
The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik, talking to a delegation from Baramulla that met him in Srinagar said that probes and commissions had been the old deceptive practices of the occupation regimes, who wanted to safeguard their forces and agencies from prosecution.
Clashes erupted in Baramulla town after Indian police tried to arrest two youth for taking part in anti-India protests. The police thrashed and beat the youth when they were on their way to a bank. A woman was critically injured after an Indian army vehicle deliberately hit her in Kupwara district.
The US State Department in its latest report on human rights in India said that rights monitors were being restrained and harassed by the Indian armed forces in occupied Kashmir. The US department pointed out that wide variety of domestic and international human rights groups had to face difficulties while filing reports about highhandedness of Indian forces.
Kashmiri representative, Mrs Shamim Shawl addressing the 26th session of United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva said that Kashmir had become one of the worst places for women thanks to the impunity granted to Indian troops under black law, Armed Forces Special Powers Act.
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