Kashmir left in grief and gloom by all, deplores Farooq Rehmani

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Senior APHC-AJK leader Muhammad Farooq Rehmani has said that the entire Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir has been forgotten and left lurching in grief and gloom by all, especially after an onslaught on its identity by a racist government of Delhi to pursue its obscurantist narrative and religious conspiracy against the majority Kashmiri Muslims.

Muhammad Farooq Rehmani in a statement issued in Islamabad protested against denial of basic human rights to the people of IIOJK by India, including property, economic and employment rights besides rights to live in their homes, own property, safeguard their inherited property and cultivate their own lands and orchards without any foreign or other illegal interference.

He lamented that brutalities were perpetuated on all those whether owners of land or media men who claim their rights, advocate by press and try to protest against such oppressive measures by the Indian agencies. He also expressed surprise over the long silence of the United Nations that had taken responsibility of the disputed territory under its provisions and in line with its unanimous resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir.

Muhammad Farooq Rehmani equally regretted the apathetic trend of some major democracies and the Muslim countries that were duty-bound under the guidelines of Quran and Sunnah to take necessary steps to protect the lives and the properties of the subjugated and victimized Muslims in the world.

He warned that the World Body and other such institutions would lose their importance and unexpected war-flames could engulf the countries fighting for their hegemony.

Farooq Rehmani condemned the custodial killing of a Kashmiri youth in Kunanposhpora area of Kupwara, Abdul Rashid Dar, whose mutilated body was recovered from the Zurhama forests after about three months of his arrest by the Indian Army.

He also denounced termination of government employees on fabricated grounds from their services, demolishing of houses in the name of so-called encroachment policy and attachment of houses or shops of legal owners by the Indian government in the occupied territory.

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