Indian NIA gets active in Indian Held Kashmir

Indian NIA gets active in Indian Held Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: (APP) The All Parties Hurriyet Conference has said that the Indian government is so much frustrated by the unprecedented mass uprising in Kashmir that it has unleashed an arrest spree as a psychological tool to muzzle the voices for freedom in the territory.

According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), the APHC in a statement issued in Srinagar said, "After harassing and questioning Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai and Peer Saifullah, during their detention, it has been disclosed that Syed Ali Gilani's elder son Dr Naeem Gilani has been issued a notice from India's National Investigation Agency to report to their interrogation centre in Shivpora for questioning."

The statement reacting to this notice, said that Syed Ali Gilani and his family were being terrified and maligned under a well-hatched conspiracy by Indian secret agencies and their local faces in the territory, but people were much aware of these gimmicks and such childish acts were not going to bail them out of their heinous crimes.

The statement warned India that these inhuman, immoral and undemocratic tactics would not deter the pro-freedom people from advocating their just cause.

The statement said that a much notorious National Investigation Agency (NIA) have been given this task just to drag these fabricated cases to Delhi, there by pressurizing the leadership. But, it added, people after rendering endless sacrifices cannot be choked by these uncivilized and inhuman tactics.

The statement said, "Fourth generation of Kashmiris is now on the roads against this tyranny demanding their right of freedom and no power on earth can break their will and vigor for freedom."

"All programs should be followed in letter and spirit and any weakness or loop policy should be taken care of as we all are accountable not only to the people but also to Almighty Allah," the statement added.