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Guru’s Hanging is judicial murder – Farooq Rehmani

February 9, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Islamabad 9 Feb 2013 (Press Release): The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir People’s freedom League, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani while expressing profound grief and gloom over the hanging of Afzal Guru by India in Delhi’s Tihar Jail, strongly condemned the fascistic, unjust, inhuman and barbaric step under a biased, and revengeful judiciary of India, that always treats Kashmiris unfairly. He said that Indian rulers from day one maligned Kashmiris and their hands were blood-soaked with the blood of the people of Kashmir proving that the government wanted to eliminate Kashmiris one after another; never having faith in resolving the Kashmir dispute peacefully.

He said that Afzal Guru was implicated in a dubious case and was not given fair opportunity to defend himself; and he was sent to gallows to gain political leverage over other fascist organizations of the country.

Muhammad Farooq Rehmani while castigating the prejudicial role of Umar Abdullah’s regime in the Parliament case said that they had failed to defend the interests of the Kashmiris and under the façade of democracy Indian and Kashmiri puppet regime, were in league to follow its policy of state terrorism. He urged UNCHR and other world human rights bodies including the OIC to come forward and censure Indian rulers stopping it from hanging the Kashmiri detenus in Jails or slaughtering them in homes or streets at will.

He urged the Government of Pakistan to take strong note of hanging and killing the Kashmiris by either army or by unfair judiciary, otherwise India would continue its bloody policy against the innocent people of Kashmir.
Information Secretary

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