Occupied Kashmir: Indian terrorism continues, 2 more Kashmiri martyrs


Srinagar: Indian troops in Occupied Kashmir martyred two Kashmiri youths in Islamabad district in their latest act of state terrorism.

In Occupied Kashmir, the soldiers martyred the youth during a siege and search operation that has been going on for several days in Gadol Kokarnag area of the district.

Additional Director General of Police Occupied Kashmir Zone Vijay Kumar claimed on Tuesday that two youths including Uzair Khan were killed in the Gudol clash. Apart from this, another body has been found which is being identified. Vijay Kumar said that the operation is over. has been done.

Meanwhile, the leaders of the All-Party Hurriyat Conference in unoccupied Kashmir, Khawaja Firdous, Syed Bashir Andrabi and Muhammad Shafi Lone, have said that the conflict is a globally recognized unresolved issue which India itself took to the United Nations and before the international community. He promised to give Kashmiris their right to self-determination. In a joint statement issued in Srinagar, Hurriyat leaders said that instead of fulfilling the promise made to Kashmiris, India is occupying the bill of power and turning the area into a military cantonment.

Hurriyat leaders in Occupied Kashmir said that the Kashmiri people have been struggling for their right to self-determination for the past seven decades and have made many sacrifices for it. He said that these sacrifices will not be allowed to go in vain. The Hurriyat leaders said that India is using dirty tactics to suppress the freedom movement of Kashmir under a well-thought-out plan and is engaged in genocide of Kashmiri youth. He said that the Kashmir issue has been on the agenda of the United Nations for the past 76 years. He said that the Secretary General of the United Nations should play his role to resolve the Kashmir issue. The Hurriyat leaders hoped that the Prime Minister of Pakistan would highlight the Kashmir issue in his address during the United Nations meeting.

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