Mushaal Mullick, wife of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) leader Yasin Malik, said Monday that the Indian government should make arrangements on humanitarian grounds to allow her imprisoned husband to meet his family.
Mullick’s statement came shortly after Pakistan allowed convicted Indian spy Kulbushan Jadhav to meet his mother and wife in Islamabad on Monday. Pakistan had agreed to the meeting on the request of the Indian government. The meeting was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Referring to Jadhav, she said that though India had approached the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to save the life of a “terrorist”, the same country was not allowing Yasin Malik to meet his wife and daughter. She said that the Indian authorities had not allowed her to meet her husband since the last three years.
Mullick also said that while India continued to violate human rights in Indian held Kashmir, the world refused to take action in this connection and watched on in criminal silence. “Indian forces have killed 14 women in held Kashmir during last one year,” she added.
Praising Pakistan’s step of allowing Jadhav to meet his family, she said that the Indian government was not known to respond courteously to humanitarian gestures from other countries.
She further said that Indian forces imprisoned Hurriyat leaders for prolonged periods of time and committed atrocities against them in the prison cells.
Kya confidence hai madam ka, jhoot bolte hue jara bhi sharam nahi aati madam ko.
So you Indians don’t even let Yasin Malik meet his wife ? India is a nation of mentally sick Hindu people who believe in terrorism & extremism against minorities.
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