Grief over harassment of prisoners in Indian jails

Press release  Srinagar. November 29: Hurriat leader and Chairman JK Salvation Movement, Zafar Akbar Bhat and chairman JKLF (H) Javed Ahmad Mir in a joint statement expressed grief over harrasment of prisoners in Indian  jails and demanded shifting of Kashmiri prisoners lodged in various jails across India to the valley, saying it is imperative to prevent such incidents in future.

The incidents is the result of lawlessness and security lapse and demanded impartial enquiry into the incident and said that in past the Kashmiri prisoners in different jails outside the valley were thrashed and now sense of insecurity among prisoners and their families has evolved and they feel anxious about their safety.

India and Pakistan have to take strong note of situation and said that such incidents are linked with non-resolution of Kashmir issue, said they.

India and local administration should take strong note of harassment incidents and act fast to ensure safety of all prisoners, said they. 

Their relatives and families are panic griped, said both leaders and added that shifting of prisoners will definitely give solace to their families as it is very pains taking for them to meet prisoners in far off states. Spokesman