Pakistan has welcomed the joint statement given by human rights organizations as they called India to immediately release all the prisoners and restore fast-speed internet in Indian-Occupied Kashmir.
Sources revealed that Foreign office spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said, “The joint statement rightly underlines that measures to combat coronavirus must respect human rights of every individual,”
She said that the urgent release of all the prisoners in Kashmir is vital.
The spokesperson said that the statement considered the isolation of inmates due to the unavailability of the communication system and ban on the prison visit.
Indian forces killed one Kashmiri youth
One Kashmiri youth has been martyred by Indian forces in Sopore town of Maramulla district. Kashmiri media sources reported the news today.
The youngster was martyred by Indian forces during the search operation conducted at Gulababad Arampora area. A residential house was also destroyed by Indian forces in the area.
Several Kashmiri students who have completed their isolation period in Jaisalmer city of Rajasthan after they came back from Iran last month.
A fourth-year female student at Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS), informed the local media, “With every passing day, we are losing hope,” “We don’t know if we could ever go back to our homes. We have been left in the lurch, abandoned,” she added.
“Now, we have been left in dark, unattended and uninformed. We have no idea what’s going on here as the authorities are not being honest with us,”