Mushaal berates int’l community for lack of commitment to settle oldest unresolved Kashmir conflict


Spokesman Report

ISLAMABAD: Former Special Assistant to Prime Minister for Human Rights and Women Empowerment Mushaal Hussein Mullick blasted the international community and UN bodies for their lack of commitment and honoring their pledge to settle the Kashmir dispute, which was the oldest unresolved international conflict in the world at present.

Mushaal, a wife of unlawful incarcerated senior hurriyat leader Yasin Malik, said that the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir had been virtually converted into living hill and killing field as around one million brutal troops were stationed in the scenic valley to silent the dissenting voices in the volley.

She recalled that Kashmir dispute was not only the main source of contention between Pakistan and India but a permanent cause of regional instability but even then that world community adopted a double-standard and hypocritical approach to iron out the decades-old conflict despite the fact that Pakistan and India had already fought three wars over the longest unresolved dispute.

The senior hurriyat leader stated that Indian supremacist forces unleashed a wave of terrorism, as they were given a license to murder Kashmiri people with complete immunity.

She said that Indian troops launched a cordon and search operation and harassed women and terrorized children even in the holy month of Ramadan.

Mushaal made it clear that the New Delhi had been using all brutal and coercive tactics and state terrorism for the last over seven-decades to quell the dissenting voices and defuse the flames of freedom movement but all such malicious plans proved counterproductive because these fascist steps further ignited the freedom movement.

Mushaal called upon the world community, UN bodies and human rights organisations that despite using all state terrorism, the brutal occupation authorities failed to break the rock-solid resolve of brave Kashmiri people, who proved that they could not be convinced to live in chains of Indian slavery at any cost; hence they would muster some courage to implement the UN-agreed resolutions on the Kashmir dispute.


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