ISLAMABAD: All Events Hurriyat Convention (APHC) senior chief and Vice Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Folks’s Motion Abdul Majid Malik expressed concern over the deteriorating well being of Jammu Kashmir Salvation Motion Chairman Zafar Akbar Bhat who’s below extended Indian detention.
“Indian security forces keep on shifting the Hurriyat leader Bhat from one basic health unit to another, where medical facilities and experienced staff are rare,” Malik stated, including that the Bhat’s household is anxious over his important well being situation and has demanded Indian authorities to launch Bhat unconditionally.
“But the Indian government’s ignorance and denial is the sole reason for their plot to end the Hurriyat leadership resistance by keeping them in jails without providing basic human rights facilities,” he lamented.
Praising the sacrifices and efforts of Zafar Akbar Bhat and his household for Kashmir freedom motion, the vice chairman stated: “Bhat and his family have sacrificed a lot for Kashmir cause, they have kept the freedom movement alive, and Kashmiri people trust their leaders that they will keep the freedom movement strong until the liberation of Kashmir from India.”
He added: “Zafar Akbar Bhat, Yasin Malik and all other Hurriyat leaders are kept under harsh conditions to make them suffer for their struggle against Indian oppression and suppression of besieged Kashmiri people.”
India urged to launch all detained Kashmiris amid coronavirus disaster
Whereas interesting to the UN, OIC and all different worldwide organisations Abdul Malik Majid stated the entire world is at present hit exhausting by the lethal novel coronavirus, and as prompt by well being specialists, jails are possible locations for unfold of this virus.
“Indian jails have no healthcare facility, nor the detained Hurriyat leaders are given any proper medical treatment. We appeal to the United Nations, OIC and all other humanitarian and health organisations to pressurise India to release Dr Hameed Fayaz, Zafar Akbar Bhat, Yasin Malik, Asiya Andrabi, Shabir Ahmed Shah, Masarat Aalam Butt and all other leaders and Kashmiris from jails,” Malik added.