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LeT condemns arrest of Asiya Andrabi and associates

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Srinagar, Apr 21, CNS: Militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba Saturday

strongly condemned the arrest of Syeda Asiya Andarabi, Chairperson Dukhtaran-e-Millat, and other activists.

    Mehmood Shah, the LeT chief said that: “booking women under false accusations is a severe human rights violation. The struggle for Jammu Kashmir is purely indigenous. The pure blood of martyrs have driven this struggle. The vicious plans of Indian terrorism cannot suppress the freedom struggle.”

   As per a statement issued to news agency CNS, Mehmood Shah said

Dukhtaran-e-Millat is the representative identity of Kashmiri women. “It is a fundamental and just right of every Kashmiri to raise their voice against illegal Indian occupation. Syeda Asia Andarabi and their activists have not committed any crime by merely protesting for fundamental rights. The Indian state must issue their release on their earliest.”

Mahmood Shah said that it is strange that while India is forcing the freedom fighters to lay down their weapons and at the same moment, it is arresting the Hurriyat leaders and spilling the blood of innocent youth. This deceit will not last any longer than now. The counter-attacks by militants and their support by the public has frustrated the Indian forces so much that they resorted into asking the freedom fighters to lay down their weapons, which in itself is against their code.

   “In reality, India is seeking a safe exit from Jammu Kashmir. Be it the disguise of fake promises of negotiations or the use of barbaric force by Indian Forces, all are nothing but to sabotage the indigenous freedom struggle of Kashmiris. The freedom struggle of Jammu Kashmir is in its decisive stages. The public, Hurriyat leaders and the Mujahideen are on the same page which is evident from the statement of Indian Army Chief.

Mahmood Shah requested the human rights organizations to observe diplomatic efforts in forcing the Indian government to release Syed Asiya Andarabi and her activists. (CN