The British Kashmir Diaspora has expressed its shock and anger over the re-arrest of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party leader Shabbir Ahmed Shah, calling it as a deliberate act to impede the process of justice. In a statement, Director, Kashmir Centre, Prof. Nazir Ahmed Shawl, said though the J&K;High Court had quashed the Public Safety Act but what has happened defies the intent of the court which had enough grounds to bring to an end the unlawful and unjustifiable detention. Beyond this legalistic perception, Shawl pointed out to the ailing health of the detained leader as he requires immediate and special medical care and treatment. Shawl expressed extreme concern about the deteriorating health of the Kashmiri leader, and appealed to all friends of Kashmir, the international community and international human rights organisations to take up this matter with the Indian Government and help in preserving and protecting the life of a leader who is a prisoner of conscience. He has also shown unease regarding the latest report from the districts of Baramulla, Kopara and Banipur where members of the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons have discovered several unmarked graves which contain 1500 unidentified bodies and called for immediate international probe. According to Shawl, Amnesty International has already endorsed the early findings of the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons.