Muzaffarabad, March 17 (AsiaFreePress): Muslim League Jammu Kashmir held an emergency meeting of its core group, during which the members admonished the international community including the United Nations Secretary-General and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) group saying that, “while some might be thinking that the threshold of Kashmir conflict/situation is less than the Ukraine or Syria, the facts on the ground in IOJK portray otherwise.”
They further asserted that Kashmiris are witnessing an upsurge in the state violence against the civilian population of Kashmir.
“This is not the time for anyone to be thinking that Kashmir is less important than other war trampled regions. Instead, the government of India and its occupational army continue the extra-judicial executions and physical and mental torture,” the official statement read.
Furthermore, they highlighted that the destruction of civilian property and the censorship on media has been normalized as a part of military operations.
Muslim League Jammu Kashmir also condemned the killing and mutilation of the indigenous armed fighters in Indian-occupied Jammu Kashmir. Meanwhile, the spokesperson hailed the strike call of All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) on April 25, 2022 Friday against the stepped-up killings by India’s occupational forces and urged the international community to take strong note of India’s naked barbarism.
The spokesperson further said that, “India is trying to maintain its false narrative by propaganda like the recently released Bollywood movie ‘Kashmir Files’. The conspirators sitting in New Delhi are further polarizing the situation against the Kashmiris so that they would perpetrate a genocide of Muslims.”
Muslim League Jammu Kashmir also condemned the shifting of Kashmiri prisoners from Jails in Jammu Kashmir to India. The participants in the meeting unanimously called upon the international community to take notice of the same and asked ICRC, UN to depute the delegation to visit jails in Kashmiris and witness the plight of prisoners.