PR || 25 Aug 2010: India’s cynicism and ferocity will not bend Kashmiris – Muhammad Farooq Rehmani
India’s cynicism and ferocity will not bend Kashmiris – Muhammad Farooq Rehmani
Islamabad, 25 Aug, 2010: Muhammad Farooq Rehmani Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League has castigated Indian police, paratroopers and special police force of the Omar Abdullah regime for torturing one of the pro-freedom police men—Abdul Ahad Jan in their custody resulting in his kidney damage, now struggling for life in the SMHS Hospital Srinagar. He cautioned that the meeting with the revolutionary police man by Omar Abdullah last week was merely to camouflage the brutal treatment by regime’s Special troopers with that brave service man during his interrogation.
He further said that executing ferocious methods of crack-down through out Kashmir, to round-up maximum number of people to detention camps and torture centers, and using bullets, smoke-guns, tear gas shells and stones indiscriminately, to kill young men or deprive them of their eyesight was a great crime of unforgivable nature. He said curfew, crack-down, murder and humiliation of women had become hall-mark of the Omar regime to protect India’s forcible occupation of Jammu and Kashmir. He warned that Indian regime’s days had numbered in Kashmir due to its own hypocrisy and ferocity and moreover the rulers in Delhi were showing obliviousness to the political atmosphere in the wounded land of the Kashmiris. “India’s battle for survival in Kashmir is like a dying wolf, it’s doomed owing to its ethical and popular incapacity to acknowledge the reality, hence better to quit earlier than before, “he remarked. He also condemned fresh killings of innocent youth in Pattan and other cities of the valley— raising the death-toll to 63 in the state.
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