People of Occupied Kashmir standing firm against Indian occupation: Masrat Alam Bhat

Aug 3, 2022 | Demographic Engineering

Sabah News 

SRINAGAR, August 03 (SABAH): Incarcerated Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference and Chairman Muslim League Jammu Kashmir Masrat Alam Bhat in a massage, said that 5th August is the blackest day in the history of Occupied Kashmir. He said the people of Occupied Kashmir are standing firm against Indian occupation and they have completely rejected all the illegal imperialist measures taken by Fascist Modi regime on August 5, 2019.

According to the statement issued by Spokesperson Muslim League Jammu Kashmir Kaleem Siddiqi, Masrat Alam Bhat said that the 3 years constant siege of occupied territory and continued Indian state terrorism had wreaked havoc and the fascist Modi government had turned the entire occupied territory into a torture chamber. He deplored that caged Kashmiris had been abandoned and neglected by the world and criminal silence of the international community had emboldened India to trample humanity under jackboots in Occupied Kashmir. He maintained that slavery is a curse and Kashmiris will prefer martyrdom over Indian slavery.

He said Kashmir is an internationally recognized disputed territory and scrapping its special status is not only a violation of the United Nations resolutions on Kashmir but also a blatant violation of international law.

Indian dreaded forces are engaged round the clock in killing of the innocent Kashmiris, arson, humiliation, torture loot and plunder and other crimes to force the Kashmiris into submission but Kashmiris are giving sacrifices to give a clear message to India and world that they reject Indian subjugation and will continue their resistance movement till right of plebiscite under 5th Jan.1949 UN Resolution will not be achieved.

In the meanwhile Masarat Alam Bhat impressed upon Government of Pakistan to take Kashmir dispute on priority, keeping in view the drastic demographic changes turning Muslim majority Region into Minority by forcible settlements.