Thousands of Kashmiri mothers waiting for return of their disappeared sons
In Occupied Kashmir, thousands of Kashmiri women continue to wait for the return of their sons subjected to disappearance in custody by Indian troops over the past 30 years.
A report released by Kashmir Media Service on Mother’s Day, Sunday, says that the continued Indian state terrorism has resulted in the killing of more than 95 thousand Kashmiris including women and children since 1989.
As many as 22,873 women have been widowed by the Indian forces and 11,071 women were disgraced during the period.
Fifty-five years old resistance leader, Aasiya Andrabi, Fehmeeda Sofi and Nahida Nasreen are illegally detained in Central Jail, Srinagar,
The report pointed out that the troops have subjected over 8,000 Kashmiris to custodial disappearance during the period and the mothers of majority of these disappeared people have been waiting for their return.