Indian Atrocities In Kashmir Condemned Worldwide
Indian Atrocities In Kashmir Condemned Worldwide: Violence across India-held Kashmir (IHK) left at least 14 people dead on Sunday, police and military officials said. The victims included six who were killed when an explosion occurred among a crowd protesting against Indian occupation. Thousands of demonstrators, some hurling stones, marched on a village in southern Kulgam town where Indian forces were battling an unknown number of armed Kashmiris.
More than 10 young people were killed during a cordon and search operation jointly launched by Indian Army’s 9 Rashtriya Rifle, Central Reserve Police Force and Special Operation Group in the district. The troops also destroyed a house during the operation.
Meanwhile, All Parties Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umer Farooq condemning the killing of the youth said in a twitter statement: “To strongly condemn &protest the mayhem unleashed in Kulgam by the ruthless Indian state in which so far 5 civilians & 3 armed youth killed besides injuries to tens of scores of injured,JRL calls for complete #Shutdown tomorrow,JRL will hold a #ProtestSitin on Tuesday at LaLchowk.”
Pakistan has repeatedly called for resolving the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the aspirations of the Kashmiri people.
Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan on Monday strongly condemned the recent killing of Kashmiris at the hands of Indian forces in occupied Kashmir. In a tweet, PM Khan decried the “new cycle of killings of innocent Kashmiris” and repeated his stance that the solution to the region’s dispute laid in dialogue.
The Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission (IPHRC) of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) strongly condemned the indiscriminate and arbitrary killing of 17 Kashmiris by the Indian occupation forces in southern part of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) recently.
Hundreds of Canadians from all walks of life gathered outside the Indian Consulate in Toronto denouncing Indian army crimes against innocent Kashmiris. Organized by the Friends of Kashmir, Canada, the rally attracted Canadians of different backgrounds including many of Kashmiri and Pakistani origins but also a large number of Sikhs and other Canadians.
Indian Army In Kashmir
India has some 500,000 troops deployed in IHK. Popular uprising has been growing since 2016 when a charismatic young Kashmir fighter was shot dead by Indian occupation forces. More than 100 peaceful Kashmiris died in subsequent weeks of protest.
This year at least 186 armed Kashmiris, 80 anti-Indian protesters and 75 Indian forces personnel have died in clashes across IHK.
People are protesting by by not only raising slogans against Indian crimes but speakers also drew attention to the decades-long oppression of Kashmiris by the brutal Indian army. It was repeatedly emphasized that Kashmir is not part of India and has never been. There are several UN Security Council resolutions calling for a referendum in Kashmir. When the Indian army first occupied the state in October 1947, Indian rulers promised to respect the wishes of the people but as they tightened their grip on Kashmir, they backed out of this pledge given not only to the people of Kashmir but also the entire world.
After years of peaceful protest, more and more Kashmiris are once again picking up arms as the Indian authorities have refused to consider their demand for the right to self-determination.
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