Indian forces torture people carrying body of a martyred Kashmiri in IOK
SRINAGAR (KMS) – In Occupied Kashmir, Indian forces ruthlessly beat up the people who were carrying the body of a martyred Kashmiri in Shopian.
The incident occurred on April 13. The troops tortured the people and vehicle driver. They also desecrated the body.
Meanwhile, the troops beat up the people and ransacked shops during a cordon and search operation in Islamabad town. A local, Amir Ganai, received multiple injuries.
On the other hand, Indian troops also launched cordon and search operations in Kulgam, Pulwama and Shopian districts.
The troops launched violent operation in Bugam area of the Kulgam and sealed all exit and entry points of the area while the search operations continued for the sixth consecutive day in several parts of Kishtwar district.
Shifting of political prisoners outside Kashmir condemned
Hurriyat leader Mushtaqul Islam while condemning the shifting of Kashmiri political prisoners from Srinagar to Haryana and other states of India has expressed concern over the plight of the prisoners lodged in different jails.
Mushtaqul Islam, in a statement issued in Srinagar, said, even the judicial orders regarding prisoners were utterly disregarded and that prisoners were suffering from mental and physical torture.
Reacting to the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chief, Muhammad Yasin Malik’s arrest by India’s infamous National Investigation Agency and his shifting to Tihar jail, Mushtaqul Islam said, “Putting him behind bars on decade old fabricated cases is nothing but a tactic to pressurize him,” He criticised the authorities for lodging in solitary confinement Jamaat-e-Islami Amir Dr Abdul Hamid Fayaz, Jamiat Ahale Hadeeth vice president, Molana Mushtaq Veeri and dozens of other in Haryana.
Mushtaqul Islam said that the detainees are being shifted primarily due to political vendetta. The main motive behind this move is to subject the detainees to physical and mental agony so that they will relinquish their mission.”
Mushtaqul Islam also condemned the issuing notices to minor daughters of incarcerated leader Shabbir Ahmad Shah, terming it as state terrorism.