Aasiya Andraabi arrest: India's fear of a woman

Aasiya Andraabi arrest: India's fear of a woman

ISLAMABAD (APP): Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM) has said that the puppet authorities have booked its illegally detained Chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi, and party leader, Fehmeeda Sofi, under black law, Public Safety Act (PSA).

Aasiya Andrabi arrested in Srinagar

According to Kashmir Media Service, the DeM General Secretary Nahida Nasreen in a statement in Srinagar said that despite ample space in Srinagar Central Jail, Aasiya Andrabi was shifted to Baramulla sub-jail during night to subject her to mental trauma.

She said that the occupation authorities wanted to break the resolve of the party Chairperson. However, she said, a lady who had been an inspiration for thousands of women would not succumb to such pressure tactics.

DeM Aasiya Andrabi lauds Pakistan diplomacy for Kashmir uprising

Reacting to puppet the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti's meeting with Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, where she asked him to `put balm on the injuries of Kashmiris', Nahida Nasreen said, "PDP has been talking about healing touch for long now. Instead of healing touch they have been serving Kashmiris with bullets and pellets."

"Kashmiris do not need a balm on injuries but complete freedom from India. We have sacrificed more than one lakh youth while thousands of others have been injured. Thousands of youth have disappeared in custody while thousands of women have become widows. The best balm for the people of Kashmir is an end to India's forcible control over Jammu and Kashmir. Let the people of Kashmir decide their future by themselves," she said.

Aasiya Andrabi lashes out in response to Indian Foreign Secretary statement

The DeM General Secretary said that if Mehbooba Mufti wanted to put balm on the injuries inflicted on the people of Kashmir, she should immediately resign from the pro-India politics and join the ongoing freedom movement.

She also expressed gratitude to the Pakistan Prime Minister, Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, for reiterating Pakistan's support to the Kashmir cause.