Mushaal expresses concern at HR violations in India-occupied Kashmir
The world powers must use their influence to stop Israeli and Indian aggression, she says
ISLAMABAD (APP) – Special Assistant to Caretaker Prime Minister on Human Rights and Women Empowerment Mushaal Hussein Mullick on Tuesday expressed her deep concern over the reign of terror being perpetuated by Indian occupation forces against the innocent Kashmiri Muslims in India-occupied Kashmir.
Speaking to a private news channel, she said there was a need for international powers and UN agencies not to be silent spectators of the growing cemeteries of Palestinians and Kashmiris, but to wake up and raise their voices to stop atrocities on Kashmiris.
The Modi-led BJP government should refrain from implementing undemocratic, unconstitutional and cruel policies. "Dialogue is the only way forward for a just and lasting settlement of the Kashmir issue," she said.
The world powers must use their influence to stop Israeli and Indian aggression, she said, adding that it was also a question mark on the credibility of the United Nations.
Mushaal said it's incumbent upon the international community to fulfill its responsibility of alleviating the suffering of the Kashmiri people and assisting them in realising their fundamental right to self-determination.
Replying to a question, she explained that the people of IIOJK had never bowed their heads in front of India, adding that Kashmiris were sacrificing their lives and stood in front of brutal forces to face bullets for their sacred cause.
Through peaceful means including protests, they want to gain the response of the international community to end this long-standing dispute, she added.