The APHC drew the attention of human rights groups to the Kashmiris imprisoned by India

The APHC drew the attention of human rights groups to the Kashmiris imprisoned by India

The All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir has appealed to international human rights organizations to release the illegally detained Kashmiri political prisoners in the disputed area as well as in various Indian jails. Take note of the victimization of prisoners.

According to Kashmir Media Service, an APHC spokesperson in a statement issued in Srinagar termed the condition of Kashmiri political prisoners as worrisome as they have been subjected to the worst kind of torture by India due to their correct political beliefs.

He said that Kashmiri detainees were being subjected to inhumane treatment and denied even basic amenities like medical facilities and healthy food. He said the so-called judicial trail of these prisoners was being widened to extend their detention to punish them for resisting them and raising their voices against the illegal occupation of their homeland by India. Prolonging their detention.

The spokesman said that hundreds of Hurriyat leaders and workers like Mohammad Yasin Malik, Mohammad Ashraf Sahrai, Shabbir Ahmed Shah, Musarrat Alam Butt, Asiya Andrabi, Ghulam Mohammad Butt, Naeem Ahmed Khan, Altaf Ahmed Shah, Farooq Ahmed Dar, Pir Saifullah and hundreds more. Prisoners are included. Ayaz Muhammad Akbar, Merajuddin Kalwal, Nahida Nasreen, Fehmida Sufi, Dr Muhammad Qasim Fakhto, Dr Muhammad Shafi Shari, Ghulam Qadir Butt, Sheikh Nazir Ahmed and Muhammad Ayub Mir were subjected to inhumane conditions in various Indian jails.

The APHC spokesperson saluted the determination and determination of the political prisoners and said that India would never succeed in forcing them to surrender their right to fight for their right to self-determination through oppression.


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