Indian forces continue to kill innocent people in fake encounters not only in Occupied Kashmir but also in other states, especially in the North-Eastern regions. " Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel presented the Justice VK Aggarwal Commission report in the state assembly. The commission probed the 2013 killing of eight tribals in Bastar's Adismita village, noting that none of them were Maoists and that security forces fired in panic at tribals celebrating a local festival. In rare cases, the bodies of innocent civilians killed in fake encounters are exhumed, the soldiers involved are court-martialled and punished. For example, the Indian Army sentenced five of its personnel, including two officers, to life imprisonment for killing three Kashmiri civilians in Machhal area of Kupwara district in 2010 and framing them as foreign militants for rewards and compensation. It was told. India has recorded 813 cases of encounter deaths in the last six years. This means that the country registered one such case almost every three days since April 2016 has gone Since 2016, Chhattisgarh recorded the highest number of extrajudicial killings at 259, followed by Uttar Pradesh with 110 and Assam with 79. Uttar Pradesh witnessed the highest number of encounter killings in 2017-18, coincidentally the year the BJP government came to power in the state. . In the past year, Jammu and Kashmir reported the highest number of extrajudicial killings in India with 38, followed by Chhattisgarh with 28, Assam with 17, and Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand with nine each. have been NHRC has made a total of 7 in the last six years. 16 crore has been recommended as compensation. Encounter or extrajudicial killings violate the fundamental rights of criminals enshrined in the Constitution of India. Everyone has the right to life, liberty and equality before the law. No law in India specifically defines encounter killings but it is still classified under "Cases registered against State Police personnel for human rights violations" in the National Crime Records Bureau. Since 2000, more than 80 major fake encounters have been reported in Occupied Kashmir, in which more than 160 innocent Kashmiris were killed. The European Parliament adopted an "urgent resolution on mass graves in Kashmir". has been passed which, among other things, strongly condemns enforced disappearances and illegal killings of Kashmiris. Kashmiris from all walks of life are demanding an international commission to investigate the 'disappearances' and mass graves. UNO has not yet fulfilled its demand. India is currently engaged in an anti-China quad with the US. It is certain that in a unipolar world, the international community will not pay attention to its bloody tactics of suppressing minorities in various states of India.