#Day27: Mashaal Mullick Leads Hunger Strike In Islamabad

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Mushaal Hussein Mullick, wife of incarcerated JKLF chief Muhammad Yasin Malik, led hunger strike in Islamabad on Wednesday seeking resolution of Kashmir.

The protest came in the wake of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s visit to Pakistan to attend conference of SAARC member nations’ Interior Ministers.

Rajnath Singh in his address to SAARC conference said that no country should glorify “militants as martyrs”.

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More than 2,000 activists of various groups in Pakistan protested against the visit of Singh, accusing him for the unrest in Kashmir.

Mushaal Mullick had led a token protest against Rajnath Singh’s visit in front of the National Press Club. She is chairperson of Peace and Culture Organisation.

Despite tight security arrangements, around 100 people gathered outside Singh’s hotel shouting anti-India slogans protesting his visit, wrote firstpost.com.

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Rajnath Singh returned to New Delhi on Thursday afternoon after he skipped a luncheon meet hosted by his Pakistani counterpart. He even did not address media in union capital after his arrival in New Delhi.

Mushaal condemned the arrest of Hurriyat leadership while calling for end to civilian killing sin Kashmir.

A statement issued here said that the protest demonstration was held against the “visit of Indian Home Minister” to Islamabad and against the aftermath of death of popular militant commander Burhan Wani.

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She condemned “severely injuring thousands, blinding and handicapping hundreds by killer pellet guns, placing millions of Kashmiris under strict curfew with absolutely no communication, ban on telephone lines, internet, mobiles services”.

“Despite all what is going on in Kashmir from last 27 days, Indian leadership is in a constant state of denial and is trying hard to dub peoples movement in Jammu Kashmir as a sponsored one,” she said.

The protesters said, “a nation is asking for freedom with one voice, a nation is on streets, protesting for its rights with unity and is rendering sacrifices.”

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