Spouses of former militants protest in Srinagar » Kashmir Media Service

Srinagar, March 29 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a group of Pakistani spouses of former Kashmiri mujahideen (militants) staged a protest in Srinagar, today, seeking their rights and travel documents to visit Pakistan.

The women had arrived in occupied Kashmir along with their husbands after the then puppet chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, announced a rehabilitation programme for surrendered militants in 2010.

They protesting women said that they had been holding protests since 2012 but nobody was bothered about their plight. They said that they had suffered a lot already during past many years. They asked the occupation authorities to provide them travel documents so that they could visit their relatives in Pakistan.

They appealed to the Indian and Pakistani Prime Ministers to intervene in the matter and allow them to travel to Pakistan.


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