Srinagar,:- 26th November 2017/ booking a specially-abled person under PSA and shifting on An ailing youth from hospital to Khutwa Jail and glaring examples of the criminal mindset of so-called rulers and their police.
On one hand they talk of so-called amnesty and on the other hand are busy in filling jails and police stations with more and more kashmiris. This was stated by the chairman JKLF Muhammad Yasin Malik while condemning the ongoing oppression unleashed by army, police and other forces throughout Kashmir valley .
Terming the booking of a specially-abled boy Umar Yousef of Islamabad under PSA and shifting him to Khutwa Jail and slapping PSA on another boy Khrushid Ahmad Wani of Hallan Verinagh and shifting him to Khutwa jail from hospital,As glaring example of criminal and oppressive mindset of so-called rulers and their police and civil authorities, JKLF chairman said that on one hand they talk of so-called amnesty and on the other hand are busy in filling jails and police stations with more and more Kashmiris.
JKLF chairman said that the Height of shamelessness of so-called rulers and their police is such that a young boy Khrushid Ahmad wani was admitted in hospital where doctors removed sutures from his kidney but on the same day he was forcibly discharged from hospital and shifted to Khatwa jail where jail authorities refused to take him in custody.
This is the real face of RSS backed Mehbooba regime and this shows the real Anti-Kashmiri mindset of these power hungry politicians, asserted Yasin Malik.
He said that thousands of people are languishing in jails and are facing worst kind of apathy and torture at the hands of oppressive forces and international community especially ICRC needs to look into these human rights violations and enhance its efforts to save the lives of kashmiri inmates.
While condemning the arrest of JKLF district president Bashir Ahmad Rather (Boya), Ghulam Geelani Rather, Fayaz Ahmad Mir and Mushtaq Ahmad Wani and also nocturnal raids on JKLF vice chairman Showkat Ahmad Bakshi. JKLF chairman termed it as worst police-Gardi.