India blocking international aid to IOK: Waza

Oct 1st, 2014 | Category: Kashmir News

In occupied Kashmir, APHC leader and the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League (JKPL), Mukhtar Ahmed Waza, visited flood-affected areas of Kulgam district, today.

Mukhtar Ahmed Waza during his visit to Kelam, Gund and Chamgund areas expressed sympathy with the affectees.

On the occasion, people told the APHC leader that so far the puppet administration had failed in rehabilitating them. They said that the puppet regime had left them at the mercy of circumstances during the testing time. They said that they needed shelter before the onset of winter but the authorities weren’t paying any heed to their problems.

Mukhtar Waza assured the affectees of all possible help. He informed them that the APHC had requested the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and the international community to help the affected families but India was blocking the international aid.

“Indian government must not block the aid coming from international community. They must show realism in dealing with this issue as it is a fact that they can’t help people here. Keeping in view the poverty of Indians, people of Kashmir will continue to appeal the international community as there is no other way,” Waza maintained.

Waza also appealed to the flood-affected families to remain committed towards the freedom movement during this crucial juncture.


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