One UN speech won’t suffice, Kashmir has waited 50 years: Mishal Malik

LAHORE: Spouse of Hurriyat chief Yasin Malik, Mishal Malik on Friday mentioned that the individuals of Kashmir have waited 5 a long time for freedom and a singular speech on the UN was not sufficient to spotlight the Kashmiri plight, ARY Information reported.

Mishal mentioned that she has not met her husband since 2014, the Hurriyat chief has been saved in captivity within the Indian occupied territory the place he has been subjected to nice difficulties.

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Malik mentioned that she was proud that she was capable of be the voice of harmless Kashmiris whose rights have been usurped by India for the reason that partition of India-Pakistan.

Mishal mentioned that the world’s consideration must squarely upon the matter of Kashmir.

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Speaking in regards to the latest wave of protests on the controversial citizenship invoice in India, Mishal mentioned that India was dealing with war-like circumstances inside its borders in the meanwhile and the protests won’t cease.

Earlier on January 1, Mishal Malik, spouse of Hurriyat chief Yasin Malik, has termed 2019 the worst 12 months for Kashmiris.

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Speaking to journalists, Mishal Malik mentioned that the lockdown imposed in occupied Kashmir on August 5 by the Indian occupation forces crossed 150 days.

She mentioned that New Delhi’s authorities was attempting to vary the demography of occupied Kashmir and added that India deliberate to construct townships for a whole lot of hundreds of Hindus within the Muslim-majority territory.

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