Malik Condemns World Silence

SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik, who remains imprisoned for the 3rd consecutive day in a police lockup here today said that the world civil society which was maintaining what he termed as  ‘criminal silence’ over the plight of Kashmiris, must know that pushing a nation to the wall will only yield disaster and that “nobody including them will remain safe”

In a statement, Malik strongly condemned the ‘criminal silence’ of civil societies of the world and India and people “who claim to support oppressed, over the brutal massacre of Muslims in Gool Ghulab Garh and desecration of holy Quran and a mosque by terrorists in uniform.”

“Today Kashmiris are being subjected to worst kind of state terrorism. We are being killed with impunity, our religious sentiments are being hurt. But the world with its tall claims of humanity, democracy, religious harmony and human rights remains silent spectator,” he alleged. “World is doing this criminal act to safeguard its trade and economic interests with India but these people must bear in mind that continuously  pushing  a nation to the wall will yield nothing but disaster that will shatter the  dreams of trade, economy, construction and development they nurture.”

Malik also strongly condemned the alleged criminal attitude, continued denial and attempts of Indian leaders, security forces and Indian media to cover up the crime committed by BSF in Gool and termed it as act of state terrorism.” JKLF leader blamed Indian media of having a “biased attitude towards Muslims and Kashmiris,

He strongly condemned the curfew politics of “so called” rulers and said that in this holy month of Ramdan Muslims of Kashmir, who have been showing hospitality to Hindu Yatris, are even denied right to pray”.

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