Custodial killing of youth in IIOJK


I embraced martyrdom. The refusal to return the human remains of the martyrs to their families for cremation reflects the moral bankruptcy of the present BJP government in New Delhi. This year alone, 113 extrajudicial killings of Kashmiris were recorded. Recently, a 21-year-old Muslim, Muneer, was summoned to Srinagar's Naugam police station and later released by the Indian police. His mother has filed a petition in a local court in Srinagar demanding an inquiry into the custodial death of her son by the Indian police. According to the petition, Shafiqa further said that she was forced to sign a blank paper and the cops gave her Rs 400 before fleeing the scene. The petition sought a direction to the Station House Officer (SHO), Crime Branch, Srinagar, to arrest the "accused persons" who tortured Muslim Munir. And lodge an FIR under relevant provisions of law against all other unidentified police officials. "The body of the deceased bore obvious marks of violence and torture which indicates that the deceased son of the petitioner was brutally murdered in police custody," the petition said. The family members said that in order to "hide" the accused, the policemen have portrayed the Muslim as a drug addict in a presser. India must realize that brutal use of force against Kashmiri people, extrajudicial killings, custodial torture and killings, enforced disappearances, imprisonment of Kashmiri leadership and youth, and other methods of subjugation have failed in the past and will not succeed in the future. will Through a dossier released last year, Pakistan has provided the world with incontrovertible evidence of gross and systematic repression and human rights violations by the Indian occupation forces in the IIOJK. International community Hold India accountable for its brazen suppression of innocent Kashmiris and play its role in ensuring a just and peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir conflict in accordance with the relevant UN Security Council resolutions and the wishes of the Kashmiri people. Pakistan has provided the world with incontrovertible evidence of gross and systematic repression and human rights violations by Indian occupation forces in IIOJK. The international community should hold India responsible for its brazen suppression of innocent Kashmiris and play its full role in ensuring a just and peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir conflict in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the United Nations Security Council and the wishes of the Kashmiri people. Pakistan has provided the world with incontrovertible evidence of gross and systematic repression and human rights violations by Indian occupation forces in IIOJK. The international community should hold India responsible for brazen suppression of innocent Kashmiris.