Islamabad : Mushaal Hussein Mullick, Chairperson of the Peace and Culture Organization urged the United Nations (UN) to play its due role and constitute a powerful inquiry commission to probe the worst carnage of ‘Chota Bazaar’ to bring the culprits to book as the bereaved Kashmiri families are still awaiting justice despite lapse of 30 years, says a press release.
Mushaal, the wife of Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Yasin Malik, in a statement on the occasion of 30th anniversary of ‘Chota Bazaar’r massacre, when Indian troops slaughtered 32 civilians in the locality is one of the bloodiest massacres in the territory on June 11, 1991.
She said that the history of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) is littered with such horrifying and heart-wrenching incidents of massacres, but not a single Indian trooper faced the punishment because they carried out these carnages with complete impunity.
She said that due to India’s patronage of state-terrorism, such cases remain unattended while the families of victims await justice.
She said that despite lapse of three decades, the memories of Chota Bazaar massacre still haunt the Kashmiris, who lost their kith and kin. The Hurriyat leader said that brutal Indian forces are committing Chotta Bazaar like bloodbaths just to instill fear among the Kashmiris and deterred them to shun the just struggle.
She said that the war crimes of India neither could be hidden from the world nor can discourage the Kashmiris despite terming the occupied valley as a military garrison.
However, she vowed that the brave Kashmiri people would carry out their just and illegitimate battle till realizing their dream of right to self-determination.
Mushaal said that carnage of Chota Bazaar is not only a blot on the face of fascist Indian government but as well as on the world powers, as they trumpeted the mantra of humanity and justice but observed criminal silence on this barbaric incident of slaughtering innocent Kashmiris.
She said that Indian brutal forces on the genocidal mission of Kashmiri people because the notorious government eventually realized its failure that they could not subdue the valiant Kashmiris despite using all brutal means. Therefore, she said that the occupation forces now resorted to ethnic cleansing of Kashmiris to change the demography of the occupied valley.
Mushaal went on to say that the situation posed a serious question pertaining to the credibility of the global champions of human rights which maintained their silence on India’s death and destruction policy in IIOJK. Therefore, she said that they should do something for own fast dwindling credibility.
The Chairperson urged international community and UN bodies to wake up of their sweet slumbers and stop the ongoing genocide and mass murders of Kashmiri people.