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Kashmiris suffering human rights abuses under brutal Indian occupation

Every year, on 24 March, International Day for the Right to the Truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims is observed.

Indian atrocities in IIOJK might well be characterised as war crimes as per international law as the Kashmiris continue to suffer under ruthless Indian occupation.

The Indian military has subjected the residents of IIOJK to "pellet guns, sexual assault, electrocution, and physical and mental torture."

The genocide in IIOJK continues unabated casting a blemish on India’s face of a 'so-called defender of human rights'.

The ongoing inhumane military siege, attempts to change the demographics, and flagrant violations of human rights and international law are endangering regional security in IIOJ&K.

Since January 1989, Indian troops have murdered 96,180 innocent Kashmiris, including 7,290 who are currently detained, left 22,958 widows and orphans, and molested 11,256 women.

War crimes against Kashmiris are being committed by the forces occupying India.

UK based law firm, “Stoke White” has also filed an application along with dossier against Indian Army Chief and Home Minister Amit Shah vis-à-vis Indian war crimes in IIOJK with British Police.

Ahmad Shaheed, the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief, who delivered the report to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva also condemned the extensive Indian crimes in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Indian occupied forces are relentlessly targeting Kashmiris, especially the youth, in IIOJK and are driven by extremist Hindutva ideology that provoked and condoned genocide of Muslims.

Arbitrary detentions, night raids, pressure, harassment, and humiliation of Kashmiris have increased during Indian rule, and extrajudicial executions during staged encounters and Cordon-and-Search-Operations have persisted unabatedly.

Another disgusting example of the BJP-RSS alliance's callous conduct and moral relativism is the interment of victims' last remains since April 2020 in undisclosed places without the knowledge and presence of their relatives.

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