Curfew in IOK to prohibit funeral in absentia for martyrs

In occupied Kashmir, the officials imposed curfew, today, to keep individuals from offering burial service supplications in absentia for the mujahid chief commander, Riyaz Naikoo, and other youth martyred by Indian forces during military activities in the domain.

Curfew in IOK to prohibit funeral in absentia for martyrs

The All Parties Hurriyat Conference had called for holding funeral prayers in absentia and enemies of India exhibits to pay tributes to the martyred youth. According to the dissent schedule gave by the APHC, individuals have been approached to call for supplications [azan] on their housetops after Isha petitions on Sunday to conjure Allah's assistance for the liberation from Indian occupation and coronavirus.

The occupation officials conveyed Indian forces and police work force in each alcove and corner of the involved region to keep the individuals indoor. The powers' work force obstructed all streets and paths with razor wire to limit the open development. Be that as it may, in spite of exacting check in time, individuals in little numbers in neighborhood mosques offered funeral prayers in absentia for Riyaz Niakoo and different martyrs and paid rich tributes to them.

 

The Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League pioneers, Molvi Ahmad Rathar and Professor Ahmed Sheik, visited the place of Riyaz Naikoo in Pulwama and communicated solidarity with his family. On the event, they hated that India had pursued a war against the guiltless individuals of occupied Kashmir. Hurriyat pioneers and associations including Ghulam Muhammad Khan Sopori, Firdous Ahmed Shah, Jammu and Kashmir National Front, and previous General Secretary of Kashmir High Court Bar Association, GN Shaheeen, in their announcements paid gleaming tributes to Riyaz Naikoo and other martyred youth. They said that the holy blood of the Kashmiri martyrs would not go squander and the day was not far when the beginning of opportunity would ascend in Kashmir.

 

A media report said that while fast internet was helping individuals to prepare for coronavirus over the world, restriction on the administration was keeping the occupants of occupied Kashmir from learning or sharing significant data about the sickness.

Then again, a joint explanation gave at a Kashmir meeting held all the while in Brussels and London through video interface said that as the world was occupied with its battle against the coronavirus pandemic, India was boldly misusing this emergency circumstance to release its dread against the adolescent in occupied Kashmir. The 'COVID-19 Kashmir Youth Conference' was composed by Kashmir Youth Assembly and Organization of Kashmir Coalition and the speakers included Shiraz Yoonus, National Coordinator Muslim Affairs to the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka; Marina Zucca, Expert in International Human Rights Law and International Criminal Law; Nasir Mohammed, Police Advisor, General Council Brussels City; Sardar Hussain Ibrahim Khan, Member of AJK Legislative Assembly, and Kashmiri agents, Sardar Usman Attique Khan, Professor Nazir Ahmed Shawl, Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo, Yaser Ahmad and Zubair Awan.

 

The President of Jammu and Kashmir Council for Human Rights, Dr Syed Nazir Gilani, in a letter sent to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, asked her to take critical awareness of murdering of the Kashmiri youth under the front of time limit and the huge maltreatment of human rights by Indian forces in involved Kashmir.