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UN Never Contradicted Kashmiris Rights –Farooq Rehmani

October 31, 2010

Arrest of Rafiq Ganai and Yasmeen Raja Condemned
Condemnation over Continuous Curfew in Bandipora
Islamabad 31 Oct 2010: Muhammad Farooq Rehmani Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s Freedom League has strongly condemned once again arrest of Party General Secretary Muhammad Rafiq Ganai, in South Kashmir Islamabad Dist. At the same time police are harassing other workers and sympathizers of the People’s Freedom League.
He also condemned the detention of Yasmeen Raja Chief of Khawateen Markaz in Srinagar. He said that as the day of Barack Obama’s visit to India was approaching, Police terrorism was being intensified against youth in Kashmir which meant that the Govt. of India wanted to prevent any protest strike in Jammu and Kashmir and label the freedom struggle as terrorism.
However, the people of Jammu and Kashmir would emphasize on the United States President that the Kashmiris were fighting only for the right of self-determination as promised to them by India, Pakistan, and the world body.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said that support by Indian writers like Arundhati Roy and Gautam Navlakha was encouraging and proved that the struggle had no communal or terroristic touch but the issue had its own history based upon reality, never contradicted by the United Nations organization.
Meanwhile Muhammad Farooq Rehmani strongly condemned the continuous curfew imposition by Umer Abdullah govt in Bandipora town, and in Palhalan Pattan.

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