Dukhtaran-e-Millat on Thursday lauded High Court Bar Association and its president, Mian Abdul Qayoom, for adopting a “bold approach” by challenging and questioning the Jammu and Kashmir’s “accession” in Supreme Court.
In a statement, DeM general secretary Nahida Nasreen said that despite being “intimidated and threatened” by the government of India and its agencies, Mian Abdul Qayoom’s stand against the accession is worth appreciation. “India is using all tactics including NIA raids and other cheap tricks to muzzle the genuine voices from Kashmir. Mian Abdul Qayoom Sahab too was harassed by this Indian agency recently, but his stand and now the challenge to Indian occupation in India’s highest court speaks volumes about his courage and his urge to support the truth,” she added.
“It is a sign of a true follower of Islam that he/she doesn’t get bogged down by oppressive tactics but always speaks and supports the truth,” she added.
Nasreen said that the Supreme Court of India is a judicial institution of the same country which has “illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir” for the past seven decades. “So to put forward the truth that challenges the occupation at its own court is highly praiseworthy and we hail this bold approach adopted by the Bar Association,” she added.