(source: Kashmir Media Service)

The Executive Director of Kashmir Centre London, Professor Nazir Ahmad Shawl has condemned the continued Indian state terrorism in occupied Kashmir.

Professor Shawl in a statement issued in London saluted the steadfastness and unwavering commitment of the Kashmiri people for continuing their liberation struggle. He expressed grave concern over the killing of civilians in indiscriminate firing of Indian police at Palhalan in Pattan.

The Executive Director asked the Indian government and its authorities in occupied Kashmir to release all the illegally detained Hurriyet leaders and activists including Shabbir Ahmad Shah, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai and Aasiya Andrabi. He appealed to the international human organisations to raise their voice for bringing an end to India’s iron-fisted policy in the occupied territory.

Professor Shawl urged the pro-freedom leadership to forge greater unity among its ranks to defeat the nefarious designs of New Delhi to suppress the liberation movement. “The international media has taken a serious notice of the ongoing struggle which augurs well for the ultimate success. At this critical juncture cohesion and single-mindedness are very important,” he added.

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