• Modi regime misleading world on IIOJK situation
• Chomsky grills G20 for meeting in ‘brutalized Kashmir’
Srinagar, May 25 (KMS): The All Parties Hurriyat Conference has deplored that Narendra Modi-led Indian government is resorting to nefarious tactics to mislead the international community about the prevailing grim situation in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
According to Kashmir Media Service, the APHC in a statement issued in Srinagar said on one hand, the Modi regime has usurped all basic rights of the people of the occupied territory while on the other, it is attempting to hide its crimes by holding events like G20 meetings. It said under the prevailing circumstances, it is an obligation on every justice-loving person of the world to become the voice of oppressed Kashmiris. APHC leaders, Khadim Hussain and Syed Sibte Shabbir Qummi, in a joint statement in Srinagar expressed the hope that the day is not far when the Kashmiri people will achieve their cherished goal of freedom from Indian subjugation.
The Modi-led Indian government continues to remain under stern criticism from world leading intellectuals and parliamentarians for its baffling attempt to show normalcy in highly militarised occupied Kashmir.
British Member of Parliament Imran Hussain speaking in the Parliament said the Narendra Modi-led Indian government has infringed international law by holding the G20 meeting in the internationally recognized disputed territory. He termed the move a step further towards violating the human rights of the Kashmiri people. Meanwhile, Imran Hussain in a letter to the UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak maintained that by agreeing to hold the Tourism Working Group meeting in Srinagar, the G20 nations have disregarded established international laws on disputed territories and have conveyed legitimacy upon New Delhi’s brutal and illegal military occupation of Jammu and Kashmir. He said, the status of Kashmir remains disputed for over 75 years and it has therefore been the accepted position amongst the majority of the international community that the future status of Kashmir was dependent upon the outcome of a free and fair plebiscite in the region that would grant the Kashmiris their birth right of self-determination, as mandated by UN Security Council Resolution 47.