Mirwaiz urge Intl community to take notice of Indian atrocities

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New Delhi at war with Kashmiris: Mirwaiz

ISLAMABAD, Jul 20 (APP): Chairman All Parties Hurriyet
Conference Mirwaiz Omer Farooq said on Wednesday international community should fulfill its responsibility to help stop atrocities in the Indian Held Kashmir.

Talking to PTV News, he said the current situation in
occupied Kashmir is very precarious and the world conscience should awake now to address this issue.
He said the government and people of Pakistan and people of Kashmir are observing the black day against Indian tyranny in the occupied Kashmir.

He said world community should take cognizance of brutality
of Indian forces who are targeting and killing innocent Kashmiris who are struggling for their just and inalienable right to self determination.

Replying to a question, he said the United Nations had
failed to dispense its duty of getting implemented its resolutions on Kashmir.

He said all the black laws exercised in held Kashmir should
be repealed for cessation of hostilities against Kashmiri people and India should be held responsible at internal forums instead of enjoying immunity to subject the innocent people to brutalities.

He asked India to stop negative propaganda about Kashmiris
struggle as a just struggle for right to self determination
according to the UN resolution can in no way be compared with extremism or terrorism. “It is the matter of the undeniable right of the Kashmiri people who have been granted this right by the United Nations.”

Indian government should also stop misguiding the
international community that struggle of Kashmiri people had no dimension. “Our dimension is very clear. Our people are laying down their lives for a reason and this reason is right to self determination.”

He said all the Hurriyet leadership stands united for this
noble cause with unflinching courage and commitment despite all odds and cruelties.

Mirwaiz said India’s obduracy has compelled the educated
youth of Kashmir to come out of homes and protest on roads for their right.