Srinagar: Slapping a sedition case against two Kashmiri students of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) is inhuman and unjustified, said Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani.
While condemning on the reports of booking the Kashmiri students, Hurriyat Chairman in a statement issued to KNO said that offering Nimaz-e-Jinaza in absentia for a person who was a brilliant student of this institution is no way a crime to be punished for. Hurriyat chairman said that after miserably failing to curb the ongoing movement, Indian rulers are harassing and crushing every sane voice for the oppressed people. “Those claiming to be champions of freedom of expression forget their own rhetoric when it comes to Muslims and Kashmiries,” he said.
He said that “brutality in Kashmir by men in uniform have reached the highest zenith and the painful cries and sobs when heard, melts even the stone hearted persons not only in India but abroad as well, which forces a soft and sympathetic reaction for these unfortunate victims of this tyranny, but biased and myopic mindset cannot tolerate this. They roar in the ego of a military biggy to crush these sentiments by using their muscle and might.”
Hurriyat chairman warned rulers in Delhi that how many voices can you stop, how many minds you will put behind bars and how many freedom loving people will you crush to death. “Freedom movements never die down by these cowardly acts and as soon as you accept the reality, whole humanity including the egoistic rulers will have a sigh of relief,” he said.