Gilani concerned over unabated arrest spree

Dec 21st, 2016 | Category: Kashmir News

In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed Ali Gilani has condemned the unabated arrest spree unleashed by Indian police in the territory for the past five months.

Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar said, the puppet regime and its bureaucracy have made themselves a laughingstock as they being so-called highly educated obey and follow dictation from their masters with their eyes shut and ears plugged. The regime blindly and randomly subject the people to the sharp cleavers of Public Safety Act and other draconian laws without going through their credentials and social standing, age or gender, he said.

On the pretext of maintaining so-called law and order, he added, these forces ruthlessly cage Hurriyet leaders and activists to ensure the smooth sailing of their power mentors. “This is unfortunate and disgusting that after arresting people, the puppet administration gives them incomplete and deficient documents thereby prolonging their detention,” he deplored.

“Elderly people have a tough time in these bone-chilling cold days in jails, sub-jails and police stations, but deaf and dumb so-called rulers are paralyzed in their own luxuries and have left the helpless people at the mercy of bureaucratic hatchery who suck even their last drop of blood,” the APHC Chairman said.

“We are receiving disturbing reports from the judicial houses where, the cases of these detainees are in final stage and near the completion of the three months and authorities smell the quashing their PSAs and detainees are about to free from a smaller to bigger jail, at that crucial time government prosecutor with all his elite qualifications, mortgaging his worth, mind and soul, just for petty salary, submits a fresh dossier of PSA to appease his masters,” he further said.

Doing so he brings the case of these hapless detainees to level zero and they have to start the whole processes afresh, putting both the detainees and their families in severe psychological and financial stress and most of them are at the verge of mental breakdown many a times,” the octogenarian leader added.

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