Wednesday, 11 December, 2019
India taking cue from Israel for oppression in IOK

India taking cue from Israel for oppression in IOK

Professor, journalist & lawyer booked in Kulgam
In occupied Kashmir, the Joint Resistance Leadership has urged the international community, Amnesty International, Asia Watch, United Nations Human Rights Council and International Committee of Red Cross to take note of the worst kind of oppression unleashed by Indian forces in the territory.

The leadership in a joint statement issued in Srinagar said, the repression in Kashmir has a parallel in what is happening in Palestine, as India takes cue from Israel in new forms of repression. The statement added that tens of thousands of Indian troops deployed in Kashmir were engaged in killing of youth with impunity in the garb of infamous cordon and search operations, conducted on daily basis.

Meanwhile, in total disregard for right to freedom of speech, Indian police booked assistant professor, Dr Abdul Bari Naik, journalist, Abdul Hameed, and lawyer, Muzammil Butt, in Kulgam on the ridiculous charges of uploading and sharing anti-India posts on social networking sites.

Senior Congress leader, Professor Saifuddin Soz in a statement in Srinagar criticized Indian Army Chief, General Bipin Rawat, for violating the constitutional provisions by issuing comments on situations of political nature. He said the General tries to set a new trend that he is not bound by the Rules of Business indicated for him in the warrant of his appointment. During a recent lecture in New Delhi, General Rawat had boasted that the Indian army could use drones in Jammu and Kashmir or in Pakistani territory.

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