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JKLF's Malik goes on hunger strike over Guru's hanging
 


February 09, 2013 - Updated 1910 PKT
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ISLAMABAD: Chairman Jammu & Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Mohammad Yasin Malik on Saturday lashed out at Indian government for hanging Muhammad Afzal Guru and announced a four-day mourning.

 

He stated this while addressing a press conference along with senior JKLF leader Amman Ullah Khan at National Press Club (NPC).

 

Malik said a four-day strike would be observed in Indian-occupied Kashmir to mourn Guru's death.

 

After the press conference, Malik set up a hunger strike camp along with other JKLF activists outside NPC.

 

Earlier, talking to newsmen, he called upon the international community and other human rights champions to end their criminal silence and take notice of this issue.

 

The family of Afzal Guru was kept completely uninformed about the hanging, Malik said, adding that it was an open violation of human rights.

 

He urged upon Indian government to immediately handover the dead body of Guru to his family, so that it could be buried as per Islamic rituals. He said that India could not defeat the Kashmiris by use of force against them.

 

Yasin Malik said that hanging of Guru in Tihar Jail mysteriously was an expression of extreme despotism and tyranny by the Government of India. He said that this action has deeply hurt the sentiments of million Kashmiri people.

He alleged that the hanging of Guru also carries a sinister design to create an atmosphere of fear among the Kashmiri people so as to deter them from demanding their usurped right of self-determination.

 

JKLF leader said that Guru was hanged under draconian law and claimed that courts in India are not free and independent and nobody should expect any justice from those courts, added. He urged upon

Indian civil society and international community to take notice of Guru death. (PPI)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Reader Comments
These idiots are talking about human rights...feel like laughing like hell. How about those innocent people who died because of the terror attack...Did they get a chance to meet their near and dear ones.. Actually we have to pay for our sins in this life and guru, kasab are the best examples

common man
India
Hope his fasting last till he dies...I appeal to all...please let him die like that.

stanely man
Afghanistan
Malik can fast as long as he likes. A little fasting will do him good and wille ase on any demand for food that our nation may be experiencing. Not a dog barks for Guru in India. In a population of a billion and half, a Malik and his 400 protesters is not even a drop in the bucket. So go on Malik fast as long as you like.

Jag Nathan
India
 
 
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