No humanitarian support being allowed into occupied Kashmir: Mazari

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari lamented that the world is observing Worldwide Peace Day on Saturday, whereas harmless Kashmiris have been nonetheless beneath the navy siege within the Indian-occupied valley.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday, she wrote: “On the Worldwide Peace Day as we speak and Kashmiris nearing 50 days of siege & violence by Indian Occupation forces. Pellet weapons proceed to be fired on harmless civilians incl [including] girls & youngsters.”

Mazari mentioned humanitarian support was additionally not being allowed into Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, and “younger males whisked away to prisons throughout India.”

“But the world watches in an appeasing silence & worse with applause via [through] awards bestowed on this reincarnation of Adolf Hitler – Narendra Modi,” she continued.

The minister tagged the principal founding father of Microsoft Company, Invoice Gates, and questioned him whether or not he actually thinks “so long as a fascist builds bathrooms he ought to be applauded no matter his ethnic cleaning agenda?”

The valley is beneath continued navy siege since August 5 when Narendra Modi-led Indian authorities repealed the particular standing of occupied Kashmir and imposed strict clampdown within the territory. Hundreds of Indian troops have stored tens of millions of Kashmiris confined to their properties throughout all as of late, Kashmir Media Service reported.

 

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