India has turned IIOJK into worst killing field: Report

As per the report, Kashmiris are subjected to violence on a daily basis. The global community needs to take bold and extraordinary measures to stop India from destroying Kashmiri lives.

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In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the massacre of 12 innocent youth in less than 72 hours by brutal Indian troops has proven that IIOJK has turned into the worst killing field where Indian occupational forces continue to spill blood with impunity.

An analytical report released by Kashmir Media Service said, hardly a day passes by when the Kashmiris are not targeted for showing resistance to Indian illegal occupation of their homeland.

India has unleashed the killing spree in IIOJK to change its demography, the report citing people from different walks of life in Kashmir said and asked how long the so-called global champions of human rights will maintain their silence while the Kashmiris are witnessing an unending trail of wanton killings, torture, fake encounters, rapes and destruction of property on daily basis.

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The report said it is time for the global community to take bold and extraordinary measures to stop India from wreaking havoc on the Kashmiris’ lives as killing fields of IIOJK are knocking at the door of the world’s conscience.

“The dream of peaceful South Asia will also never come true until and unless the Kashmiris are given their right to self-determination,” the report said and urged the international community to pressurize India to give the Kashmiris the right to chose their destiny at free will.

Pakistan called for an independent probe of Kashmiris killing

Pakistan on Friday reiterated its call for an independent probe as the Indian security forces continued to kill innocent civilians in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) with seven such extrajudicial killings took place on Thursday.

“The extra-judicial killings by the Indian occupation forces continued unabated during the past week as well. Ten more Kashmiris were martyred in Pulwama and Shopian districts of the IIOJK. Out of these seven were martyred only yesterday,” the Foreign Office spokesperson said in his weekly press briefing.

Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri said Pakistan had repeatedly called for independent investigations under international scrutiny, into the extra-judicial killings of all innocent Kashmiris.

Pakistan, he said, had also consistently underscored the need for unhindered access to the United Nations human rights bodies, international human rights organizations and media to assess the human rights situation in the IIOJK.

The spokesperson said Pakistan was concerned over the continuing military siege, incarceration of the Kashmiri leadership and unprecedented restrictions on fundamental freedoms of the Kashmiri people.

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He also expressed concern over ongoing efforts to change the demographic structure of the occupied territory, in clear violation of international law, in particular the 4th Geneva Convention.

Courtesy: APP