Brussels (PR): Kashmir Council EU has condemned the framing of sedition charges against the Kashmiri students studying at an Indian university for cheering Pakistan’s victory in the ongoing Asia Cup in Bangladesh.
In a statement issued from Brussels, Chairman Kashmir Council EU Ali Raza Syed said, the expulsion of the Kashmiri students from the university in Meerut in Utter Pradesh on the charges is an inhuman and shameful act.
He said, such action proves that India has fake democracy as it is not taking care of the basic human and democratic rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
How India is a democratic country and particularly, it claims largest democracy of the world but there is no room for opposition’s voices in India.
Ali Raza Syed termed the harassment, violence against a number of Kashmir student and their expulsion from the university and registration of the treason case against them as a black stain on the so-called Indian democratic face.
He said, world should be aware of Indian behaviour with the innocent people of Kashmir who are the struggling for right of self-determination.
Chairman Kashmir Council EU said, we are writing letters to the different international powers including U.S. and EU about the Indian illicit action against the innocent Kashmiri students.
Celebration of Pakistan’s victory in a cricket match by the Kashmiri students in an Indian city means, the people of Kashmir do not accept the Indian occupation over their territory, he further argued.
He said that South Asia would continue to be marred with instability, dangers and tension unless the Kashmir dispute was resolved as per people’s aspirations. He said that it was the responsibility of the U.S., EU and the world community to stress India to give right of self-determination to the people of Kashmir.
Ali RAza syed also demanded impartial probe into the recent killing of seven youth by Indian troops in Lolab area of Kupwara district in IHK.
Kashmir Council EU Chairman urged the world community to force India to stop war crimes and pave the way for tripartite talks to resolve the Kashmir dispute peacefully