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On 70th UN day; Hurriyat (M) says UN failed to fulfil its commitment

Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): On the 70th United Nations day Hurriyat (M) said that though the world body has helped resolve a number of international disputes, yet despite acknowledging the J&K dispute and passing dozens of resolutions on It, it has failed the people Kashmir in getting their right to self determination, as guaranteed by the world body .
In a statement issued to KNS, spokesperson of Hurriyat (M) said the lingering Kashmir dispute for the past seven decades has had devastating consequences for the people of Kashmir while India and Pakistan have gone to war three times and turned nuclear causing great concern for the region.
Appealing to the United Nations to come to the rescue of the people of Kashmir who for the past four months are facing worst form of state terrorism resulting in the killings of over 100 civilians, injuries to more than 16,000 people, arrests of over 12,000 persons, ransacking of household items worth crores of rupees, beating up of residents and others forms of oppression and gross human rights violations, APHC called the upon the world body to play a proactive role in ending these atrocities and resolve the vexed Kashmir dispute by implementing the resolutions passed by it for which the people of jk are relentlessly struggling and sacrificing for seven decades now.
Meanwhile, a Hurriyat delegation comprising Ghulam Qadir Beigh, Khazir Muhammad Wani, Farooq Ahmad Saudagar and others visited Medical Institute at Soura and called on JKLF Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik, enquired about his health and conveyed the wishes and prayers of the Mirwaiz to him.
Hurriyat (M) said while people continue their protest for the 107th day, government continued to use brute force and unleash its military might on peaceful protest marches organised by the people on the call of the unified resistance leadership as severe restrictions and curbs were put in place to restrict their movement.
Condemning the government forces for declaring war on the local population in Sopore, Tarzoo, Hardshiva, Bab Raza, Narsullahpora, Malroo, Barazulla arbitrary arrests, ransacking household goods, harassing and terrorizing people, the conglomerate said that despite such oppression and barbarism the ruling class and government forces would not be able to break the will of the freedom-loving people as they had decided to brave all odds and continue their fight for self determination .
Denouncing the anti-employee policy of the ruling class, termination of over a dozen employees, arrest of employee leaders and their detention in jails outside Kashmir, Hurriyat (M) demanded immediate revocation of orders of the termination of employees and release of employee leaders and resistance leaders, office bearers of resistance groups and thousands of youth. (KNS)