SRINAGAR: Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik on Friday said that the failure of International community in resolving disputes, issues and criminal silence when it comes to human rights of poor nations like Kashmir has in-fact jeopardized peace and stability of the whole world.
In a statement issued to media, JKLF chief said, Today when we all join together and condemn in strong possible words the brutal attack in France, International community should introspect and change its behavior so that the lives of common people are saved.
Malik said that today we all mourn the death of innocent women and children in France and our hearts go out to those who lost their loved ones in the mad attack. Kashmiris from last seven days have received the dead bodies of about 50 innocents who fell to the bullets of trigger happy Indian soldiers and a nation that is in constant mourning can feel the pain of people whose loved ones are killed in cold blood,
Malik said that Kashmir is burning from last many decades, Lakhs of our people have lost their lives and from last seven days this landlocked nation has been reeling under curfew and about 50 of our innocents have been killed by trigger happy Indians while as more than 1700 are injured, but despite this grim situation and human sufferings no one among international community especially the big nations seem to bother and to safeguard their business relations with India all are keeping criminal silence.
JKLF chief said that even Indian doctors who arrived here to examine pellet hit injured have termed the situation as a war and have talked about the excessive use of force by Indian forces and police.
Malik urged international community to break its silence and at least condemn the ongoing oppression on people of Kashmir.
While strongly condemning the curfew politics of PDP rulers in Kashmir, incarcerated JKLF chairman said that from seven days curfew and ban on internet has been imposed by the so-called rulers.
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