As Kulbushan interacts with family, Mushaal says ‘a Kashmiri has no right to meet his child, wife’
Mushaal Malik, wife of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Yasin Malik, on Monday said that while Pakistan was allowing alleged Indian spy Kalbushan Jadhav to meet his wife and mother on humanitarian grounds, India has “kept her and their daughter from meeting Malik for the past three years.”
Shortly after the family of Yadav landed in Pakistan capital Islamabad, Mushaal said in a video message: “A Kashmiri has no right to meet his wife and child; he is being treated worse than a proclaimed terrorist.”
“Is this what India is, [on] one hand it approached the International Court of Justice to save Jadhav, who is a proclaimed terrorist, while on the other this champion of human rights treats Kashmiris worse than terrorists.”
“The lives of Kashmiris have no value and we have no rights just because [we] are struggling against India in a fight for freedom.”
“This leaves a question for the world as well as India,” she said, as she concluded the video.
Mullick had last year urged the United Nations to take notice of “human rights violations taking place in Kashmir.”