Mushaal Malik: Rising Brutalities, State Terrorism Could Not Dampen Kashmiris Spirit

Head of MAPIM and Advisor to Malaysian PM condemns arrest of Kashmiri political prisoners; Mushaal Malik.

Islamabad (20th June, 2019): Mushaal Hussein Mullick, wife of JKLF leader Muhammad Yasin Malik, vows that Kashmiri spirit will not deter due to atrocities of Indian Occupied Authorities. 

According to Baaghi TV reports, in a press conference held on 19th June, 2019, Mushaal Mullick, Kashmiri social activist and wife of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) leader Yasin Malik, has strongly reiterated that Indian forces brutality and atrocities committed against Kashmiris as well illegal detention of countless Kashmiri youth and freedom fighters will not deter Kashmiris spirit from revolting against the Indian occupied authorities.

Mullick commented that state atrocities and state terrorism will not dampen the spirit of Kashmiri freedom fighters. In a joint press conference with the Malaysian delegation headed by Haji Azmi Mohammad of the Malaysian Consultative Council for Islamic Organisations Malaysia (MAPIM), she discussed how the MAPIM Head and Advisor to PM Mohammad Mahatir, expressed solidairy with the Kashmiri cause for freedom and condemned illegal detention of Mohammad Yasin Malik under the Public Safety Act (PSA).

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As Chairperson for the Pakistan Peace and Cultural Organisation, Mullick appealed for the global leaders and other human rights organisations to take note of the conditions in Indian Occupied-Kashmir, as well as the worsening health of her husband due to torture of Indian Armed forces. She claimed that he is denied even basic treatment in “sheer violation of principles of political freedom”.

“The Indian authorities are scared of rising popularity of Yasin Malik that is why he has been put behind bars and his party has been banned,” she added.

According to Baaghi TV’s sources, she continued to demand that his passport be given back so that he could be taken abroad for medical treatment. Mullick continued to say that state authorities cannot suppress ad subdue the self-determination and will to fight, as the Kashmiris will continue with their cause until the “dream comes true”.

“I request the world to wake up and put some substantial effort into freeing Kashmir from the rising India’s tyranny and oppression, and to treat Kashmiris as equals rather than as disposable humans,” she demanded.

She demanded the release of Amnesty International’s report on PSA black law in the Indian Occupied Kashmir as that will prove the level of state terrorism and brutalities experienced by Kashmiri locals everyday. She continued to say that while Indian authorities continue with their human rights violations, India has been badly exposed in the eyes of global citizens and other human rights activists.

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Mushaal Malik further stated that while occupied forces could continue their atrocities against the Kashmiri public, they can never change the reality of the Kashmir dispute or deprive the Kashmiri people of their right to self-determination.

Haji Azmi Mohammad, expressed his support for the Kashmir issue saying that MAPIM will help Kashmir in raising its voice on relevant international forums as India is involved in human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir. Head of MAPIM further said that international human rights organisations must pay heed to the plight of Kashmiris and free them from atrocities of so-called democratic Indian state.

The press conference ended with Mushaal Mullick presenting a painting, “half mother” to the Malaysian delegation on behalf of the Kashmiri people.

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