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Chairman KC-EU condemns banning JKLF by India

Brussels : (PR) Chairman Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU) Mr Ali Raza Syed has strongly condemned the banning of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) by the Indian regime.

The Indian authorities on Friday banned Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), a prominent Kashmir organization struggling for a long time for liberation of Jammu and Kashmir from Indian occupation.

In a statement Mr Ali Raza Syed said, banning JKLF is of the tactics of the Indian regime for continuation of its unlawful occupation over the territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

Chairman KC-EU also deplored recent banning of Jamaat e Islami as saying by such tactics, India can not continue its occupation over the region of Kashmir for a long time.

India also banned the religious political party Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) for five years last month.

Such anti-Kashmir tactics will not change the political reality of the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir, he added.

He also denounced illegal detention of Yasin Malik, the leader of JKLF and other pro freedom Kashmiri figures and called for their immediate release.

Ali Raza Syed further said, by banning the political parties, India cannot stop the march of the people of Jammu and Kashmir towards freedom and for their rights particularly right to self determination.

He also paid great tribute to the martyrdom of Kashmir specially Maqbool Butt, Afzal Guru and Burhan Wani and said, martyrs of Jammu and Kashmir increased the spirit of the people of Kashmir struggling for freedom of their occupied land

Chairman Kashmir Council EU said, earlier by killing Maqbool Butt, Afzal Guru and Burhan Wani and as well extra judicial murders and detention of a large number of Kashmiris, India tried to stop freedom movement of Kashmir but failed in its evil designs.

Mr Ali Raza also felicitated the people of Pakistan on Pakistan’s day on 23rd March and expressed hope that people of Kashmir would also achieve their freedom from Indian occupation soon

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