Indian army martyred two more Kashmiris

Srinagar, MTT News Desk: In Occupied State of Jammu & Kashmir (OSJK), Indian army, in their fresh act of state terrorism, martyred two youth in Poonch district.

The Indian armed forces killed the youth during indiscriminate firing at Nangi Tekri in Krishna Ghati area of the district.

On the other hand, body of an unidentified youth was recovered from Lidder Nala in Pahalgam.

Indian armed forces, in their unabated acts of state terrorism, martyred 93,816 innocent Kashmiris, including 6,996 in custody since January 1989 till today.

A report released by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service on the occasion of the World Human Rights Day, today, revealed that these killings rendered 22,764 women widowed and 107,441 children orphaned.

The report said that the troops molested 10,042 women and damaged 105,970 structures. It maintained that the Indian troops and police subjected over 8,000 people to custodial disappearance during the last 23 years.

The report pointed out that during the past four years alone, Indian police arrested hundreds of youth including Hurriyet leaders, activists and young boys, who are languishing in jails.

The Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) on the International Human Rights Day has demanded an investigation into 8,000-10,000 cases of custodial disappearances by an independent and credible commission.

The APDP leader, Parveena Ahanger in a media interview during a sit-in at Pratap Park in Srinagar said, Our stand on the enforced disappearances has been once again vindicated by the recent study conducted by Kashmir University.

She pointed out that the study should serve as an eye-opener for India. Perveena Ahangar demanded that the perpetrators, who committed heinous crimes like enforced disappearances should be brought to book without any further delay.

In most cases, Parveena said, the perpetrators have been identified by the family members and cases against them are pending in different courts.

She said that the authorities knew everything. They know secret jails exist in Badami Bagh cantonment. They know the agencies who have subjected our children to enforced disappearance. Why dont they ask them where our children have gone? she questioned.

On the other hand, scores of people staged a separate sit-in at Pratap Park in Srinagar against the continued violation of human rights in the Occupied State of Jammu & Kashmir (OSJK) and authorities failure to bring the perpetrators to justice. The protest was held under the banner of Jammu and Kashmir Joint Voice of Victims.

The perpetrators of crimes are roaming free, while the victims are denied justice, Executive Director, Jammu and Kashmir Joint voice of Victims, Abdul Qadeer Khan said.

From Kunanposhpora to Kupwara, Shopian to Handwara, Bumai to Gaw Kadal, Hawal to Bijbehara, Surankote to Macchil, scores of people have been killed, subjected to disappearance, and women raped. We wont forget what has been done to us, he added.


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