Mashaal Malik vows to testify against Indian war crimes in the UK court
Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organization, Mushaal Hussein Mullick has said that she and her 9-year old daughter Raziyah Sultana are willing to record their testimony before the Stock White against the brutalities faced by the family and her jailed husband.
Mushaal Hussein Mullick was speaking at an important session on war crimes in Indial Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) in Islamabad on Friday.
She lauded the London-based law firm Stoke White for the courage to submit a legal appeal before the United Kingdom (UK) police seeking the arrest of Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane and Home Affairs Minister Amit Shah for their war crimes in IIOJK.
She, however, demanded that the name of the most-wanted criminal Prime Minister Narendra Modi should also be added to the list because all criminal and inhuman acts are being perpetrated by the Indian authorities under his patronage.
The Hurriyat leader said that she and her daughter are ready to record their testimony before the firm as Yasin Malik has been languishing in Indian notorious Tihar, where he is battling for life because he has been deprived of medicines despite being seriously ill what to talks of other basic human rights.
It is pertinent to mention here that London-based law firm Stoke White submitted evidence including 2,000 testimonies to UK police documenting how Indian troops headed by General Manoj Mukund Naravane and Home Affairs Minister Amit Shah were responsible for the torture, kidnapping and killing of activists, journalists and civilians in IIOJK.
Director of international law at Stoke White Hakan Camuz said he hopes the report would convince British police to open an investigation and ultimately arrest the officials when they set foot in the UK.
Mushaal Hussein Mullick, wife of jailed Kashmiri leader Muhammad Yasin Malik, said Kashmir under Indian military siege for over 900 days as the region has been turned into a largest open prison and torture cell in the world but the world community observed criminal silence.
She said the firm rightly pointed that nearly three decades have passed and not a single member of the Indian military has been prosecuted for unlawful conduct in IIOJK, despite the alarming upsurge in state-sponsored terrorism in the Occupied Valley.