KL News Network
Even as an open court released chairperson of Dukhtaran-e-Millat Asiya Andrabi, the ‘pawns of oppression’, have virtually turned her house into a jail and she has been put under house arrest, a statement issued by DeM this afternoon read.
Terming this “brazen” act of the Mehbooba led regime as highly “atrocious and barbaric”, a spokesperson of DeM said that despite the release orders from their own courts, the government has turned the house of Asiya literally into a jail.
“Asiya was in Baramulla sub jail since October 4 then her PSA was quashed. An open court ordered her release but was rearrested under a fabricated FIR. Again, the open court bailed her out and was released. However, the puppets continue to use the oppressive and shameless measures to shrink the space of ailing Andrabi,” Nahida Nasreen, the secretary general of DeM said.
She said that Asiya is ill and suffering from various ailments. “She needs to visit a doctor for necessary medical check-ups and treatment. Besides, her maternal uncle is critically ill. In the hour of extreme medical conditions, she has to pay a visit to him, but the tyrant police of the barbarous and uncivilized regime continue to shrivel and restrict her movement to her house only.”
The spokesperson questioned the logic behind releasing Asiya and then keeping her under house arrest. “What is the difference between a jail and converting a house into a jail,” she questioned? “There are numerous day to day affairs in one’s life. But, by denying movement and keeping her cramped in a house turned jail, the ‘instruments of occupation’ have touched extremes of atrocity.”
She said that the ‘traders of Indian military occupation’ are living in a fool’s paradise if they think that Dukhtaran-e-Millat will give in to such pressure tactics.
“The principled stand of Dukhtaran-e-Millat can never be defeated by India and her pawns of oppression – the puppet government.”
By house arresting Asiya immediately after her release by an open court, the oppressors have trampled and trashed the orders of their own ‘handled-judiciary’.