WMA Holds Protest Against Indian Atrocities In IOK

WMA holds protest against Indian atrocities in IOK

ISLAMABAD, (Pakistan Point News - APP - 12th Nov, 2016 ) : Convener World Minorities Alliance (WMA) and Awami Maseeha Party on Saturday organized a protest in front of the National Press Club to condemn atrocities of indian forces againt innocent citizen in the Indian occupied Kashmir ( IOK). Protesters poured mud over their heads symbolizing that humanity has been buried under the mud in occupied Kashmir and people are subjected to inhuman treatemnt at the hand of security forces in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).

The protest which lasted for six hours, called upon the clergy of islam and Christanity besides all stakeholders of rights movements to play their role to stop immediately gruesome atrocities in IOK. Convener World Minorities Alliance and Organizers Awami Maseeha Party J Salik speaking on the occassion said they wanted to highlight that world community has turned blind eyes on violation of rights of Kashmiri people. Humanity turned to be a silent spectator in the valley as India has imposed longest curfew of history which has reached to 128 days today but no one raised voice against the cruel behaviour of Indian forces.

It is limit of cruelty, he said adding, India must stop this brutality in Kashmir and restore peace in the valley. Wife of leader of All Parties Hurriat Conference Yaseen Malick, Mashaal Malick also participated in the protest. She stated that around 160 people died during this longest curfew of the history. "business of Kashmiri people has been ruined, people are facing severe difficulties due to acute shortage of medical and other emergency facilities in the valley", she informed.

She stressed upon the United Nations and internatioanl community to come forward and pressurize India to end the curfew and atrocities. "We demand black laws should be immediately annulled in IOK and powers should be taken back from Indian army. Right of self determination should be given to Kashmiris people and free and fair plebiscite should be held so that people can live a peaceful life, she said.