India maintains to deceive IOK political detainees amid COVID-19
When the whole world is putting forth attempts on war-balance to spare the lives of individuals from coronavirus pandemic, India keeps on defrauding a huge number of Kashmiri political detainees by keeping them in correctional facilities on misleading allegations, putting them at the danger of getting influenced by the lethal malady.
A report discharged by the Research Section of Kashmircause.com, today, uncovered that a huge number of Kashmiris including Hurriyat pioneers, political activists, legal counselors, common and social activists, youth, understudies and writers had been kept in various prisons of India and the occupied Kashmir by indian domain. It said that those confined included Hurriyat pioneers Muhammad Yasin Malik, Shabbir Ahmad Shah, Masarrat Aalam Butt, Aasiya Andrabi, Dr Abdul Hameed Fayaz, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Ayaz Muhammad Akbar, Altaf Ahmad Shah, Shahidul Islam, Peer Saifullah, Merajuddin Kalwal, Farooq Ahmed Dar, Nahida Nasreen, Fahmeeda Sofi, Muhammad Rafiq Ganai, Maulana Sarjan Barkati, Maulana Mushtaq Ahmed Veeri, Ghulam Ahmed Gulzar, Dr Muhammad Qasim Fakhtoo, Dr Muhammad Shafi Khan, Bashir Ahmed Qureshi, Muhammad Yasin Attai, Noor Muhammad Kalwal, Showkat Ahmed Bakhshi, Abdul Ahad Parra, Muhammad Yousuf Mir, Ferooz Ahmed Khan, Muhammad Yousuf Falahi, Muhammad Shaban, Hayat Ahmad Butt, High Court Bar Association President Mian Abdul Qayoom, human rights lobbyist Muhammad Ahsan Untoo, exchange pioneer Muhammad Yasin Khan, agent Zahoor Watali, Syed Shahid Yousuf, Syed Shakeel Ahmad Shah and writers Aasif Sultan and Qazi Shibli.
The report said that the groups of the illicitly confined Kashmiris were stressed over the wellbeing of their darlings because of quick spreading coronavirus. It stated, the specialists of Indian correctional facilities annoy, torment and even deny clinical consideration to the Kashmiri political detainees to rebuff them for testing India's unlawful control of their homeland and requesting their entitlement to self-assurance.