Srinagar, March 13, 2017 (PPI-OT):In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyet leaders including Ghulam Nabi Sumji, Ghulam Ahmad Gulzar, Firdous Ahmad Shah and Muhammad Shafi Lone have condemned the Indian attitude towards the prisoners of Jammu and Kashmir languishing in different jails.
The leaders in a joint statement issued in Srinagar termed the arrest of Hurriyet leaders and activists on false charges, prolonging of their detention on various pretexts and provision of poor food and medical facilities as the worst type of human rights violation.
They gave the example of British rulers of India who despite being tyrant still provided all possible facilities to the ailing relatives of the detained Indian leaders associated with the freedom movement of India. The leaders expressed profound grief on the sad demise of the mother of Muslim League leader Muhammad Rafiq Ganaie. The leaders visited the house of Rafiq Ganaie at Tail Wani in Islamabad and expressed solidarity with the members of the family.
The Jammu and Kashmir National Front in a statement while condemning the detention of political leadership said that the puppet authorities were doing so to please their masters in New Delhi. A JKNF spokesperson in a statement condoled with the family of detained JKML leader Muhammad Rafiq Ganai over the death of his mother.
Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League, National Front, Islamic Political Party, Peoples League, Salvation Movement, Voice of Victims in their separate statements expressed condolences with Muhammad Rafiq Ganaie over his mother’s death.
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