Why is Mushaal Mullick (Britain-born Pakistani girl), wife of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Yasin Malik,
only busy posting self made videos playing the blame game? Why is she not applying for Indian visa? Why doesn’t she post her visa application marked rejected?
Earlier, Kashmiri media reported that it was found out that she has not shown any interest in visiting Kashmir nor has she applied for a visa since her visa expired in 2015. Then why faking solidarity with
Indian Kashmiri’s? From her recent activities, it appears that she is inclined towards a political debut in Pakistan and is clearly using her husband’s political stature for her own benefit and has NO connection with either Kashmiri or Pakistani
Muslims since she is born and brought up in England and is a true firangby heart.
The question is not whether
she considers herself a Kashmiri; but after marrying a Kashmiri does she even understand what is Kashmiriyat? The truth is that Mullick and her likes are miles apart from Kashmiriyat. She is attempting to repeatedly provoke the youth of the Valley by publishing self-made videos, faking the pain which has not gone unnoticed.
Mushaal Hussein Mullick’s hypocrisy
Britain-born Mushaal Hussein Mullick
comes from well-heeled and affluent family. She likes to dote over Phil Collins and Shakira. The Telegraph in an article described her as a glamorous London School of Economics student who had a penchant for painting erotic, bare-bodied and nude beauties.
But why hasn’t she applied for a visa since 2015? Why her own children or relatives are not part of free Kashmir campaign?
Why is she nestled comfortably in her posh house and posting videos from there?
Yasin Malik, Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Syed
Ali Shah Geelani, Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistani, Hashim Qureshi, pro-independence Jammu Kashmir Democratic Liberation
Party, Asiya Andrabi, Dukhtaran-e-Millat etc. are masters at provoking the youth of the Valley. They have played
with our careers and lives, instigated us to take part in the struggle for a ‘free Kashmir’. But why are their own family members not affected by these disturbances and why do they tactfully reside either out of the country or state, to lead peaceful
lives while our lives are made a living hell.