ISLAMABAD (KMS): Indian troops are committing human rights violations in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
According to a report released by Kashmir Media Service,on Monday Jan 9, the Modi-led Indian regime has stepped up its tactics following revocation of IIOJK’s special status on 5 August 2019
It said every day killings, torture and arrests of innocent people have proved that India disregards every right of the Kashmiri people. Several independent reports have documented massive rights violations by Indian troops in IIOJK, it added.
The report said the Kashmiris are being punished for demanding their inalienable right to self-determination and the Modi regime is confiscating the Kashmiris’ properties to intimidate them into submission. It deplored that India was using state terrorism as a matter of official policy to punish the Kashmiris
It said human rights violations in IIOJK are directly connected to decades-old unresolved Kashmir dispute and gross rights abuses in the occupied territory pose a challenge to the world conscience.
The report maintained that the international community was duty-bound to stand up and stop India from committing grave rights violations in the occupied territory
It urged the United Nations and other global human rights organizations to take practical steps for settlement of the Kashmir dispute so that permanent peace could be established in the region.
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