India using military might to suppress Kashmiris’ freedom struggle: Behl

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Srinagar

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, APHC leader and Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Social Peace Forum, Advocate Devinder Singh Behl has said that India is using its military might to suppress the freedom voices of the Kashmiri people who are demanding implementation of the UN resolutions.

Devinder Singh Behl addressing a meeting of locals at Top Rajal Bari area of Nowshera in Jammu deplored that India backtracked from its promises and commitments and was using brute force to suppress the genuine movement of the Kashmiri people.

This belligerent attitude of India has turned the lives of Kashmirs into a hell and threatened peace in South Asia, he added.

He said, in the larger interest of humanity and peace in the region, it is responsibility of the international community to persuade India to shun its policy of rigidity, stop gross human rights violations by troops and start a dialogue with the stakeholders for resolution of the lingering Kashmir dispute.

Devinder Singh Behl said that resolution of the Kashmir dispute was key to the prosperity in the region, adding that Kashmir was the bone of contention between two nuclear powers in the region and a major impediment in the healthy relations between them.

Besides others, the meeting was attended by Lakvinder Singh, Rampal Singh, Balveer Singh, charpreet Singh, Adrash Singh, Pardeep Singh, Hardeep Singh, Surinder Singh, Jajpal Singh, Deep Singh, Gandeep Sing, Nater Singh and Jaswant Singh.—KMS