Mashaal Malik has shared a heartfelt message on Eid ul Adha

Meshal Malik has shared her heartfelt felicitations on Eid ul Adha

July 21, 2021: Mashaal Hussain Malik, wife of captive Kashmiri opposition leader Yasin Malik, has said that Muslims in Kashmir today have no right to celebrate their religious festival Eid.

Kashmiri people cannot meet each other after Eid prayers. The administration has banned the slaughter of animals and collective prayers on the spot.

According to details, Mashaal Malik, wife of Kashmiri guerrilla leader Yasin Malik, in her video message, while congratulating the entire Muslim Ummah on Eid-ul-Adha, said that Muslims in Kashmir do not even have the right to celebrate Eid, Kashmiri Eid-ul-Adha. Can’t even offer prayers on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha. Slaughtering of animals and collective prayers are prohibited.

Mashaal Hussain Malik’s message on Eid-ul-Adha Happy Eid-ul-Adha to Muslims all over the world I pray that you all be safe and happy with your loved ones and your friends and celebrate this beautiful festival of Eid with laughter and smiles. Muslims of Kashmir and every Kashmiri of Jammu and Kashmir have once again made life a living hell.

“This is my 14th Eid without my husband. Our family is going through a very difficult time because my father of my daughter is imprisoned in the dead cell of Tihar Jail. Our Eid is very painful because our families are not with us.” Mashaal Malik.

She added, families can’t talk to each other and that here are serious human rights violations in Kashmir.

It should be noted that the Jammu and Kashmir administration has banned the slaughter of cows, camels, calves and other such animals on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha. The Director Planning, Animal and Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries Department has issued an order in this regard to the Provincial Commissioners of both the provinces of Jammu and Kashmir and Inspector General of Police.

The order was sent by the Animal Welfare Board of India on June 25. “In Jammu and Kashmir, a large number of sacrificial animals are likely to be slaughtered during Eid-ul-Adha, which will be celebrated from July 21 to 23,” the letter said.

The officers were told in the order that in view of this, they are directed to ensure enforcement of compliance with the Animal Welfare Act and prevent illegal slaughter of animals as well as taking strict action against those violating the Animal Welfare Act.

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