Geelani hails release of prisoners by India, Pak

SRINAGAR: Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Geelani has hailed the goodwill gesture by India and Pakistan to release prisoners from their respective jails, declaring the mutual properly wishing in the holy thirty day period of Ramadan really should be a long lasting feature of the bilateral relations of both of those nations around the world.
Lamenting over the plight of Kashmiri prisoners in jails in and outside Jammu and Kashmir, Geelani in a statement reiterated that “Kashmir is a pure political and humanitarian problem which is in dire require of an early resolution for the affluent South Asia”.
So, Hurriyat (G) chairman stated, the mutual perfectly wishing gesture to release all the prisoners ought to include those Kashmiri prisoners languishing in condition and exterior jails.
Criticising New Delhi for its reluctance in not allowing for the Global Pink Cross, Amnesty Global or other human rights organisations to go to these jails and observe their “pathetic” ailment, Geelani claimed the “illogical” denial by the Govt of India speaks volumes about the plight of Kashmiri prisoners.
“Those incarcerated on fabricated and flimsy grounds deal with the hardships of unfair path in the courts of regulation. Without having any listening to on the fixed dates, new dates at extended intervals are fixed to incorporate ordeal to the accused prisoners,” the veteran Hurriyat leader claimed. “There are hundreds of situations wherever bail, detainee’s fundamental right is denied for many years collectively. Lifetime imprisonment on the basis of political vendetta has grow to be a routine issue in Jammu and Kashmir.”
Geelani produced a fervent charm to both of those nations to transform a new leaf in their bilateral relations and sit with each other alongside with the folks of Kashmir and solve the Kashmir situation peacefully in accordance with their needs and aspirations.

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