Hurriyat leaders’ lives at very high risk in Indian jails

In occupied Kashmir by india, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference has said that the life of the illicitly confined Kashmiri Hurriyat pioneers is at a high risk because of the spread of COVID-19.

Hurriyat leaders’ lives at very high risk in Indian jails

In an announcement gave in Srinagar, an APHC representative stated, the declaration of the occupation specialists of discharging the Kashmiri prisoners is only an eye wash. He deplored that excepting a couple Hurriyat partners, a large number of Kashmiris including top Hurriyat pioneers, Muhammad Yasin Malik, Shabbir Ahmad Shah, Masarrat Aalam But, Mian Abdul Qayoom, Dr Abdul Hameed Fayaz, Altaf Ahmad Fantosh, Ayaz Akbar, Pir Saifullah, Aasiya

Andrabi, Fahmeeda Sofi, Nahida Nasreen and Nayeem Ahmad Khan, are still under unlawful confinement.


The APHC representative kept up that these detained Hurriyat pioneers are being denied of essential human offices just as the clinical consideration. He called attention to that they have been placed in such conditions in correctional facilities that they can without much of a stretch be tainted by the coronavirus.


Then, Hurriyat pioneer, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash, in a media meet in Srinagar communicated worry over increment in the agonies of Kashmiri individuals because of the proceeded with lockdown. He stated, the individuals of the region are confronting a lack of every day wares and medication as the lockdown has been additionally increased because of the flare-up of coronavirus.


Jammu and Kashmir Students and Youth Forum Chairman, Manzoor Butt, in an announcement in Srinagar dismissed the recently presented habitation law in involved Kashmir, considering it an Indian demonstration of frontier configuration to usurp neighborhood land and change the demography of the region. He kept up that the individuals of Kashmir could never permit the hallowed blood of their incredible saints to go squander.



Understudies in involved Kashmir conversing with media men whined that they were confronting challenges in getting to instructive locales because of proceeded with choke on rapid web. They requested quick rebuilding of the office in the region.


Apple cultivators and dealers in Kashmir are compelled to pay for cold stockpiles in return for acquiring nothing as all business sectors and transport are

closed due to the lockdown. Upwards of one lakh huge amounts of apple are lying in chilly stockpiles in Pulwama, Shopian, and different territories of involved Kashmir.

In the midst of exacting lockdown in India due to the coronavirus pandemic, in excess of 40,000 workers from involved Kashmir are stranded in different Indian states without nourishment and cash. They told media people in Srinagar over telephone that they don't had anything to eat as they had no cash to purchase nourishment.


Then again, the Indian Supreme Court has dismissed the bail appeal of prestigious essayist, human rights extremist and vocal protector of human and political privileges of the Kashmiri individuals, Gautam Navlakha and gave over his case to the infamous National Investigation Agency for examination. He is reserved under the draconian Unlawful Activities Prevention Act on the crazy charge of plotting to murder Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Navlakha has a long relationship with Kashmir. He much of the time expounded on human rights infringement by Indian soldiers in involved Kashmir.