Srinagar, May 27 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir (TeH) Chairman, Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai has condemned the inhuman torture of teenage youth in the illegal custody of Indian army in Soibugh area of central Kashmir’s Budgam district.

Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai in a statement issued in Srinagar said, “The unarmed and innocent people of Kashmir are living at the mercy of the Indian forces and nobody cares for them. The presence of army in the civilian areas not only has physiological impact over the people but their social setup has also become a victim to it”.

He said it is because of the fact that Indian forces operating in Kashmir lack accountability which raises their morale to commit gross human rights violations. He urged the international human rights organizations to play their role effectively in stopping the grave human rights violations in Kashmir.

Meanwhile, a TeH delegation visited Tral Noorpora and shared grief with the bereaved family of Zakir Musa.

The High Court Bar Association in a statement also denounced the arrest of seven teenage boys by the army at Dharmuna, Budgam. The Bar Association said, “Out of seven boys, two namely Fazil Fayaz Malik aged and Hamidullah Sheikh were released in a critical condition and both were referred to hospital for treatment.

It also condemned the thrashing of four women by the ruthless forces after entering the house of one, Ali Mohammad Rather, in Pamposh Colony, Tral. The victim women sustained grievous injuries and had to be referred to Tral hospital for treatment.

The Bar Association slammed the beating of three people including a Muslim couple by self-proclaimed group of cow-vigilantes in Seoni, Madhya Pradesh and asked the members of the Indian Civil Society to raise their voice against these enemies of humanity.

The Bar expressed condolence over the demise of Mohammad Yousuf Buch.


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