ISLAMABAD (APP) - Chairman of Parliamentary Special Committee on Kashmir Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman on Tuesday urged India to stop inhuman treatment to Kashmiris in Indian Occupied Kashmir and immediately release Syed Ali Geelani, Shabbir Shah, Aasiya Andrabi and other Kashmiri leaders. Maulana Fazl said in a statement that India would not be able to suppress Kashmiris for a long time through such tactics. He said 64-year struggle of Kashmiris was reflective of the fact that they (Kashmiri) do not want to live with India. They could not further tolerate Indian subjugation. Kashmiris hate India because of suppressive policies and human rights violations of more than 700,000 Indian troops deployed in the Held Valley, he added. He said the history had witnessed several occasions that a nation could not be made slave if it got up for independence. Fazl-ur-Rehman said that Indian leaders instead of reading 'writing on the wall were following delaying strategy including 'dialogue drama to prolong their rule in the Occupied Kashmir. He said, sometimes Indian leaders send their agents to Kashmiri leaders for talks and then they start resuming the dialogue process with Pakistan leadership. This drama is being played for the last 60 years and according to Syed Ali Shah Geelani, about 150 rounds of talks have so far been held with no results, he added. He said the dialogue drama was only to delay resolution of the core issue of Kashmir and suppress the just movement of Kashmiris. Fazl-ur-Rehman opined that Indian leaders were trying to give an impression to the world that India was a peaceful country and wanted solution of the issue through dialogue. The Chairman of Kashmir Committee said India would not succeed in its nefarious designs as Kashmiris were fully aware of all tricks and firm on their struggle for the right to self-determination. He said that the European Union (EU) had imposed a condition on India linking the settlement of Kashmir with its trade with India. This move reflects that the world community wants immediate resolution of the Kashmir issue, he said and added, the Indian leaders should realise the ground realities and take practical steps for the settlement of the longstanding issue.